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>This is getting very complicated. Far simpler if memories aren't stored
>anywhere but emerge from the act of recollection. Instead of attributing
>artificial memory system to the brain, we should be searching for the basis
>of natural memory, that is, the recall of what was once present.
Recall it from where?
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