from the outside, seems to be a significant difficult thing
to analyse, and even more difficult to describe in black and light. This is
because of 1 main reason, no two individuals will be the same, and out of this it follows
that no two brains will be the same.
However, after saying that, it should be true that everyone's memory space works in
roughly the same way, otherwise we'd not be the competition called humans. The way
the memory is arranged, is probably the main part of our anatomies, as it
is our memory that controls us.
I feel that it is reasonable to recommend our memory is ordered for some reason,
and it really is probably easy to think about it as three distinct sections : short-term,
medium term, and long term memory.
Short Term :This is where each of the perceptions we get arrive to. From the
eyes, nose, ears, nerves etc. They can be found in at such an interest rate, that there needs to
be part of memory that is fast, and will sift through most of these signals, and