Not long ago, a Midwest newspaper ran the story of a memory expert. He had earned a doctors’ degree in the study of human memory. He had written books on how to remember. He had fashioned a popular course of study for systematic memory development. And, he had accepted an invitation to deliver the keynote address to a big science meeting in Cleveland. The night of the speaking engagement came and all the scientists were assembled. But, to their great dismay, the keynote speaker failed to appear. Next day, when they asked him for an explanation, he said, simply, “I forgot.” There was a man who was unable to connect all the knowledge he had acquired about human memory with…
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