THE REAL SCIENCE BEHIND:
The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters
What do we know for sure, and what don’t we? If memory makes us who we are, and we don’t hold our memories—what does that make us?
~An excerpt from Sleep of Reason
THE REAL SCIENCE:
Have you wondered why you remember some things and forget others? Whether you are the sum of the memories you have created? Whether our collective memory as a society defines our humanity?
Scientists have just discovered that a protein in your brain behaves like a virus--infecting your cells with memories.
Margaret Riley is a wordsmith, slow-kayaker, slow-skiier, photographer of strange realities, and a deep believer in the magic of story time.