Mission accomplished 😊
Probably 70% of the time.
No. I've read that remembering something is not like accessing a file from a hard drive. Rather, the human brain needs to reconstruct our memories using its ever-changing neural pathways.
//Memory does not work like a video recording, meaning that our memories of an event are often incomplete, as we only recall the important points. Reconstructive memory suggests that in the absence of all information, we fill in the gaps to make more sense of what happened. //
I enjoyed those two articles. Thanks!
I trust my memory ....and flipping a quarter..
Not at all, but at the end of the day, people make it so far with it.
It is our only 'reliable' option for now, no matter how much it messes up, I still deem it more credible than other sources.