Film Theory: Your Memories Are A LIE!! (Men In Black Neuralyzer IRL)

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Here come the Men In Black.....They're going to make you FORGET!! YEAH!! Theorists, you remember the Neuralyzer? That seemingly impossible magic pen that the agents of Men In Black used to wipe people's memories of anything alien related? What if I told you that it IS POSSIBLE?! That's right Theorists, with the right techniques I could make your FORGET ANYTHING!!
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I'll be the first to admit not every . make sure make ends up being correct and . maybe not every theory is your favorite . or maybe you're just sick of my puns and . non-stop meme references well today i'm . gonna do something about it i want you . to think of everything i've ever done . that you didn't like that star wars . prediction a grown worthy dad joke. whatever comes to mind now focus on it . got it . great now if you'll just do me a favor . and look right here . [music]. hello internet welcome to film theory . protecting the world from the scum of . poorly cited research so after suffering . my way through bright on netflix widely . hailed to be the worst movie of 2017 . which it's not not by a longshot but it . did provide me some great out of context . lines such as fairy lives don't matter . today and you know what they say once . with the dark ward always the dark lord . i decided to take a trip down memory . lane to revisit will smith's well maybe . not his better early movies but i at . least liked him a lot when i was growing . up and first up on the nostalgia trip . was men in black back from the time when . will smith couldn't decide if he was an . actor or a rapper sometimes he was bald . [music]. if you called wild wild west rapping or . acting that's what i do . anyway men in black gave us the . neuralyzer a device that with one flash . makes you forget practically anything. except the fact that the mitochondria is . the powerhouse of the cell that one is . locked in there. i'll let tommy lee jones explain how the. neuralyzer works this is called a . neuralyzer this red eye here will . isolate the electronic impulses in your . brains and more specifically the ones . for memory everyone looking at the light . gets zapped their memories of what . they've just seen get a raise and the . agent replaces it with a different . memory with a lot fewer aliens cool so . it's a sci-fi gadget big whoop right . well we've learned a lot about memory . since this movie first came out 20 years . ago and i'm telling you right now the . neuralyzer has gone from a creation of . science fiction it is something we could . totally make today never had deja vu . how do you know the real men in black . haven't already neuralyzed you in the. deja vu is just you experiencing . something that was wiped from your . memory the first time long story short . in order to make a neuralyzer we need to . establish three things one that memories . can be erased two that false memories . can be forced into people's . and three that it can all be done with a . porsche light so get ready because here . comes the man that won't let you . remember your childhood the same way . ever again see i can't wrap either will . smith you're in good company . sorry point number one can memories be . erased i mean we've all heard stories of . being unable to form any new memories to . determine who killed your wife so you . tattoo clues on yourself instead of . writing them down on paper like a normal . person but is it plausible that we could . wipe out specific memories of things . that we had just seen it turns out the . answer is a solid yes and it comes from . a place you might be surprised to hear . on a channel that prides itself on . science i'm talking about hypnosis but . not the kind with some spinning spiral . thing that makes you think you're a. chicken or makes you want to subscribe . to the film theorist channels subscribe . to the film theorist channel subscribe . to the film theorist channel i'm talking . about hypnotic induction which is a real. therapeutic technique to get patients . into a deep state of relaxation which . increases theta waves in their brain you. know you get all your great ideas in the . shower well it's because relaxing in a . shower results in a high concentration. of theta waves which makes connecting . otherwise disparate ideas in your brain . awful a lot easier this also applies to . memory but theta waves can also be used . against you and hypnosis here is the key. lasting memories that you'd otherwise be. able to recall for instance and this is . nuts. last year samsung released an online . hypnotherapy tool called unspoilt that . walks you through a self hypnosis. session that's supposed to help you . forget movies and tv shows so you could . watch them again as if you're watching . them for the first time . closure i had chris from our team do it . and yeah he still remembers the red . wedding but he's recently been overcome . with this strange urge to buy a phone . that spontaneously combusts no but all . jokes aside after going through this . treatment he could no longer remember . how the series ended whether he had even . seen the series end in the first place . even the main character's name and first . ridiculous as that might seem the . science behind it is actually a hundred . percent solid in 2007 scientists . published a study in which they showed . participants a movie then hypnotized. them to try and make them forget it . when they tested the group that had been . hypnotized the subjects couldn't recall. details of the movie that they had just . watched maybe they should have just had . hypnotists outside of the emoji movie . that's 90 minutes of my life i'd like to . forget anyway the people who had been . hypnotized could remember where they had . watched the movie and other details . surrounding the experiment but they . actually couldn't remember what happened . in the movie itself and it's not like . they were just forgetful either they . actually demonstrated different kinds of. brain activity from a control group that . wasn't even ties this kind of isolating . amnesia is exactly what we see . demonstrated and men in black when . normal people come into contact with . aliens the men in black don't just wipe . the person's memory completely instead. they isolate one element of the memory . just like the film study did and they . replace that memory with something else . which of course brings us to our second . question can you really implant false . memories into someone's brain and yet . again the answer is yes it's actually a . lot easier than you might think . a canadian psychologist named julia shaw . has demonstrated that when people are . asked about their involvement and events . that never occurred their memories will . actually start to form versions of that . fictional scenario and the people will . eventually believe that it happened . here's dr. shaw telling one of her . subjects about a completely fictitious . event so the other event was your cancer. forecasting was when you're 14 years old . you initiated a physical thing in the . place of your parents . girl responds pretty much exactly as he . would expect from someone who had just . had a story made up about him i don't . know man i gotta say canadians are so . polite even when they're calling people . liars. anyway fast forward just a few minutes . in this interview and all of a sudden . the same woman suddenly has memories of . the event all the psychologists had to . do was provide a framework for the event . get the subjects to try and remember and . suddenly their brains fill in what's . missing from the memories which is of . course everything the memories weren't . there to begin with . sullivan is also situational here the . subjects are likely influenced by a . desire to comply with an authority . figure asking them questions but that's . exactly what would be happening if you . met the men and black in real life now . of course i can see your . counter-argument here sure these false . memories might be implanted but it's not . like they're gonna stay in anyone's. memory or be trusted for any length of . time and yeah that would totally make a . lot of sense if it had any bearing on . facts false memories run rampant even in . situations where our memories matter the . most like say when you're testifying at . a murder trial you ever heard of someone . wrongly convicted of a crime being. exonerated by dna evidence well . statistically that person was probably . convicted in the first place because of . a false memory according to the american . bar association and astounding. three-fourths of the cases overturned by . dna evidence relied on eyewitness . testimony for the wrongful conviction oh . yeah that's totally the guy i saw killer . well dna evidence proves he was in . hawaii sorry you missed out on years of . your life buddy now imagine for a moment . that you've just come to the realization . that aliens not only exist but walk . among us on earth because you saw . something absolutely bananas go down and . then some very calm in charge look in . person in a great suit shows up and . flashes something in your face and tell. you that you didn't see what you really . thought you saw even if the neuralyzer . was just a flash of a polaroid camera . here are pretty likely to walk away . believing what they just told you all . right matt pat cut the bs . you're probably saying right now enraged . by my suggestion that your memory is . about as reliable as a cable company . showing up on time . these examples you're giving me are from . carefully controlled experiments that. took place over long periods of time . sure you might be able to force people . to forget things or remember things that . never happened but you can't do it . instantaneously with a flashlight are . you sure about that because scientists . have already done it oh yeah loyal . theorists the future is here hope mr. meeseeks opto genetics is a new branch . of neuroscience that enables researchers . to control individual neurons through. electronic impulses directly into. people's brains it's pretty complicated . as one might expect electronic mind . control would be but here's the gist of . it scientists can modify the genomes of . mice to be particularly sensitive to . certain kinds of light and they can also . map the areas of the brain that are . stimulated when the mice is experiencing . something that would form a good memory . like when it's eating food or when it's . in its home in this clip right here a . mouse is put into a bright box with no . hiding place and it responds with fear . response. it's powering in the corner it's scared . of this new environment right but once . they flashed the light into the mouse's . brain they basically turned on a switch . that activates the good memory and . suddenly the mouse starts moving around. the box like it's cold turn the light . off again and the mouse stops . immediately dead in its tracks turn it . back on and it's grooming itself like . its back home turn it off again and well . you get the idea now granted mouse . brains aren't human brains but as we. explored with dan harmon in the pickle . ric episode they're structured similarly . enough that in a few years this could . easily get transferred into the human . brain it also proves ches assertion at . the beginning of men in black that the . light from the neuralyzer is enough to . enter up signals in the brain and this . kind of on/off switch effect from . memories actually coincides with what we . see in later movies in the series in men . in black 2 we find out that memories . that have been neuralyzed. can be brought back so it's not so much . that they're getting deleted as they are . getting switched off so it would make . sense that . in black have developed a kind of . optogenetic technology that can activate. certain parts of the brain and shut off . others instantly with a single remote . flash of light so there you have it the . neuralyzer is physically possible but in . order for it to be practical with . near-future technology it would mean . that every single human being would have . to be genetically engineered to be . sensitive to certain kinds of light and . then also have transponders implanted . into their brains to receive the signals. that were sent from the neuralyzer x' . but in the men in black universe that's . definitely what's happened the entirety . of new york city is neuralyzed by the. statue of liberty's torch at the end of. men in black - so we know both that . everyone is susceptible to this . technology and that the men in black . have engineered the world to keep their . secrets under wraps with all the alien . technology they have access to it . doesn't seem like too big of a stretch . to say that they're putting chips in all . of our heads and as long as they keep . neural izing us along the way we won't . know the difference . in fact who's to say that we don't have . chips in our brains right now and that . we've all forgotten the memory because. we've already been neuralyzed but hey . that's just a theory a film theory and . cut. 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