For example, if information is no longer retrievable in 2015, but it existed in 1283, then the information is not lost. It exists in 1283, just not in 2015.

Oh all you need is extra dimensions. The information can be stored there.

BTW – Unfortunately, after a lifetime so far of believing it, I’m starting to believe the maxim, “information cannot be lost or destroyed” is, unfortunately, just a nice belief and not true for humans (pragmatically speaking)

For example, if information is no longer retrievable in 2015, but it existed in 1283, then the information is not lost. It exists in 1283, just not in 2015.

Yet, for our abilities as humans – no matter HOW MUCH MATH or algorithms we throw at it, it’s gone for us, unless we master information Travel that can go in the Time dimension which currently, we can’t.

We may *believe* that math can do “all that” but unless math gains a subjective POV, it can’t; it won’t be able to tell me what I ALMOST thought 7 weeks ago. We’re way too primitive for any of that.

I like the memory system that you propose. It creates a linked-list / acrylic graph that can be tracked in different directions in case the history needs to be retrieved.

I’m still fighting for the “information cannot be lost or destroyed” maxim. I *so want* it to be true. and I hope it is. I save everything I can.

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