by Joshua Foer
Yes, it is.
Have you ever wondered what happened to the things that you read when you were young.
When you were reading you would have had a perfect memory of the subject. But over time you could have forgot it.
But the fact is you never forget anything you read. All the matters you learn are stored somewhere in your brain.
You only don't know how to access it.
Our memory stores everything in a random manner. So, it becomes difficult to access it at a later point of time.
Imagine a book without page numbers and index.
An enthusiastic learner
This idea made me believe that our memories are really improvable.
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