Tuesday, 24th December 2013

by Joshua Gaskell

An unnoted idea, lost to the ether, prompts me to me propose the following theory: when trying to recall a tongue-tip something, the mere and momentary fear of being called out by a person on business from Porlock, releases some anti-nootropic enzyme, which creates a panicked positive feedback loop of memory inhibition, and means that you may as well have been.