Letting yourself remember, forgetting to forget—is such a thing possible, the latter? Does such imply an effect of remembering (which seems correct, to be honest; it seems more likely that things are always-remembered rather than typically-forgotten) as natural?
And therein lies the question, yes: what are some of the fundamental processes by which memes (M’s) are forgotten by an AA (arisen awareness [as compared with the SA (Single Awareness)])?
And thus arises: what does it mean to forget?
In the case of AA’s, specifically wrt (with regard to) computational awarenesses (CA’s), “forgetting” can be a literal deletion of information, a zeroing-out of where memetic information was being stored.
In the case of biological awarenesses (BA’s), specifically wrt BA’s that use neural-network type of storage mechanisms, literal deletion could be physical destruction of the location of the structure which has the encoding of the memetic information.
These methods seem fully crude, though; I highly doubt that memetic information is ever fully lost, perhaps.
Nonetheless, when mindteching there does seem to be a direct ability to induce memetic non-location (forgetfulness); what makes this work?