I once read someone say:

Beyond just songs and faces, I believe that everything we remember is stored and accessed by certain key attributes which we distill out of the memory. When items are stored and retrieved based on a subset of their actual properties, it likely that some differing items will result in the same key properties. The likelihood of such a 'collision' increases as the more you try to distill down the items into fewer and fewer key properties.

What a crock!

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