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Why don't we remeber anything from our early lives?
Question Date: 2011-12-14
Answer 1:

We don't know for sure. It may be because the material may not be accessible to our recall efforts, or perhaps, our brain was not mature enough to be able to store the material in the first place. It is likely a combination of both.

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