Re: ality

From: Francesca S. Alcorn (
Date: Thu Feb 28 2002 - 02:57:31 GMT

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    >Hi Dace -
    >>Any data storage system ought to have a minimal level of accuracy far
    >>beyond that of human memory.
    >No argument.
    >But, who ever said that memory is a data storage system to bring it into
    >this comparison?
    >- Wade

    Mightn't it be more a record of lessons learned, rather than actual
    sensory records? Then the learning would be modified, but the
    experiences themselves would be degraded.

    Each new experience would be a sort of software upgrade.


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