The debate "Your memory is your library" was started by
March 28, 2014, 3:03 pm.
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The_writer, echofrommadiun, VengeanceRider, MerciPol, tkershaw3 and 8 visitors agree.
Indeed. We can store a lot of knowledge and data in our memory. However, we cannot depend on it a hundred percent because we might forget some of the things we have learned. We still need a computer or storage media to store data. Furthermore, we will lose our memory as we grow older. When we get old, degeneration will certainly happen and we can slowly lose our memory.