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Hi Ray Recchia -
>As I am typing this sentence I am not remembering how I typed at a
>particular time. I am only remembering how to type.
I'd go even further. You're not remembering how to type at all. You're
typing. The memory is not a step, like data retrieval is in a computer,
to access instructions. The brain has no passive states.
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