Saturday, 19 November 2011

Have you ever entered a room only to forget why you went to the room in the first place?
Recent research has suggested that it's the physical act of passing through a doorway that strips the memory of the reason for doing so. It doesn't happen if you pass from one part of a room to another. Was Lewis Carroll aware of this? And do loft livers who live in one room suffer less from temporary memory loss than the rest of us?

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