John H. wrote:
> I still maintain that Glen's position that what can be safely said is
> that memory is "change" is the more rigourous position to hold. It is
> empirically verifiable, "storage" is not. Unfortunately it confronts
> one with a despair because at present it is so lacking in informational
> value. Perhaps this is one reason why people prefer to think of
> "storage": at least you can play with that concept. "Change" just damns
> my intelligence.
Don't dispair. See:
CHAOS IN THE CNS: THEORY AND PRACTICE
Walter J. Freeman
I hope that helps.