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    Posted: 21 Dec 2017 at 6:45am
One of the things Nukes are famous for is their memories. From the six factor formula to the Reactor Plant Manuals, they pretty much had them memorized. Along with all sorts of formulas, the existence of neutrinos and the various rate specialties. So it is with trepidation that I listened to a commercial stating that by  the time one turns fifty they have forgotten 17% of their accrued memory, and that continues at a ten year interval thereafter. Then there is the fact that alcohol destroys brain cells at a progressive rate. I have come to the conclusion, that retaining what I do in my seventies, shows all us nukes had a lot on the ball when we started this decline.  
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