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Eidetic, Photographic Memory - Cracking the formula

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#151 Grandmaster

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Posted 14 July 2017 - 06:52 PM

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Posted 14 July 2017 - 08:00 PM

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here you go:

 

Tesla used polyphasic sleeping and he had an eidetic memory(its an information from several articles and books, also he could see how his invention gonna work in his mind with great detail) so there may be something in it.

 

i had to look it up: https://en.wikipedia...olyphasic_sleep

 

 

The term polyphasic sleep is also used by an online community that experiments with alternative sleeping schedules to achieve more time awake each day. However, researchers such as Piotr Woźniak warn that such forms of sleep deprivation are not healthy.[3] While many claim that polyphasic sleep was widely used by some polymaths and prominent people such as Leonardo da Vinci, Napoleon, and Nikola Tesla, there are few reliable sources supporting that view.[4]

 

I do remember Kramer using that in one of the Seinfeld episodes, LOL.



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Posted 17 July 2017 - 03:38 AM

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Sorry to kill your hype GrandMaster, but photographic memory/ editid whatever it's called is not obtainable. You could improve your memory by injecting IGF-1, however it shortens your lifespan. Goood luck

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Sorry to kill your hype GrandMaster, but photographic memory/ editid whatever it's called is not obtainable. You could improve your memory by injecting IGF-1, however it shortens your lifespan. Goood luck

 

 

Eidetic and photographic memory are two different things as we figured out in this topic. Photographic memory is fictional thing which hasn't any historical facts or studies behind it(maybe Elisabeth story with dots) and eidetic memory is confirmed to exist and we have several facts connected to it that make this kind of memory very plausible to exist(John von Neumann case, William Sidis, Ferdinand Marcos, Nikola Tesla, Stephen Wiltshire- although its savant case, Arturo Toscanini, Charles Nalder Baeyertz etc..). Also we can also talk about ways to achieve perfect memory with mnemonics or nootropics and not only visual but for example echoic(Glazunov, Rachmaninov, many great composers) and other types of memory.



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Posted 17 July 2017 - 10:22 PM

 

 

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Sorry to kill your hype GrandMaster, but photographic memory/ editid whatever it's called is not obtainable. You could improve your memory by injecting IGF-1, however it shortens your lifespan. Goood luck

 

 

Eidetic and photographic memory are two different things as we figured out in this topic. Photographic memory is fictional thing which hasn't any historical facts or studies behind it(maybe Elisabeth story with dots) and eidetic memory is confirmed to exist and we have several facts connected to it that make this kind of memory very plausible to exist(John von Neumann case, William Sidis, Ferdinand Marcos, Nikola Tesla, Stephen Wiltshire- although its savant case, Arturo Toscanini, Charles Nalder Baeyertz etc..). Also we can also talk about ways to achieve perfect memory with mnemonics or nootropics and not only visual but for example echoic(Glazunov, Rachmaninov, many great composers) and other types of memory.

 

 

I was referring to both, sorry for not being clear enough. Both photographic and eidetic memory cannot be achieved through supplementation. PM if you want evidence. 



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#156 Grandmaster

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Posted 18 July 2017 - 10:12 AM

 

 

 

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Sorry to kill your hype GrandMaster, but photographic memory/ editid whatever it's called is not obtainable. You could improve your memory by injecting IGF-1, however it shortens your lifespan. Goood luck

 

 

Eidetic and photographic memory are two different things as we figured out in this topic. Photographic memory is fictional thing which hasn't any historical facts or studies behind it(maybe Elisabeth story with dots) and eidetic memory is confirmed to exist and we have several facts connected to it that make this kind of memory very plausible to exist(John von Neumann case, William Sidis, Ferdinand Marcos, Nikola Tesla, Stephen Wiltshire- although its savant case, Arturo Toscanini, Charles Nalder Baeyertz etc..). Also we can also talk about ways to achieve perfect memory with mnemonics or nootropics and not only visual but for example echoic(Glazunov, Rachmaninov, many great composers) and other types of memory.

 

 

I was referring to both, sorry for not being clear enough. Both photographic and eidetic memory cannot be achieved through supplementation. PM if you want evidence. 

 

We are not only talking about getting eidetic memory through use of nootropics but also training with techinques(fairy) or mnemonics.

 

EDIT: How can you write things like that anyway? Have you tried every nootropic and procognitive substance that exist to say such things and be sure about it? I doubt you tried permille of it like most human beings so rethink that.


Edited by Grandmaster, 18 July 2017 - 10:17 AM.






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