This is great, Turan! Don't worry, this is all we'll ever need and I'm sure no one will complain about logical categorization. It actually makes a hell of a lot more sense than it being plonked in the dev forums.
I think I broke Turan. He'll probably run around mumbling eccentrically all over the boards until he figures my Visor keytables thing out. Oh sure, it might be completely reasonable to assume that he'd actually forgot someone as important as Carment Sandiego via normal means but you won't convince me of that!
I don't think the brain actually flushes as much as common belief would have it. The theory I've always held is that it has insane compression ratios, it also deletes part of the data and then uses complex matching patterns to complete it.
So you might remember it as; Crm Sdgo
"Uh, it begins with S, I know it had a G in it."
Brain: Let's examine the vowels here.
Brain: Did the d immediately follow? Does that make sense?
Brain: Okay, let's try letter matching until we find something that sounds right.
"Sah...sshiiii... sah, hm. Sandi!"
Brain: Not quite, that doesn't seem to match, something seems wrong about it. Add more vowels.
Brain: There you go!
The only part I haven't figured out is what base reference it uses to do this but I'm absolutely sure as hell that my mind works that way. It's kind of funny actually analyzing one's mind as one tries to remember something.
So don't worry! You won't completely lose it, if I'm right. You'll just lose part of it and retain the ability to remember it with great difficulty and constipation-esque frustration.
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*Twitch.* Waitaminute. What the h... ? Holy crap! Do our brains use hashing?!