About learning things on similarities of how brain and the Internet work, I reminded the words I wrote in the title.
I guess, that might be right ... I mean, the words in the title might be right.
Coz, you know, if a guy had a good memory enough to remember everything what he saw during his journey, he'll never need any cyberspaces for his photographs.
Plus, human memories can make all the visual memories more vivid than the actual thing which the person saw; that means, humans are able to combine deeper information, like their personal thoughts and what they strongly focused on, to their visual memories.
That could be considered as a better memory in a way, because people tend to look at photos they took during trips while they're reminding some things referred to the shot sights.
However, that also means that the visual memories of human-beings could be easily biased.
Is that a thing that we can simply call an accurate memory?
In terms of just memorizing things (especially images and information from scientific articles), human brain could never go beyond the capacity of cyberspaces.
Besides, only if we had an Internet nowadays*, human brains only need to remember some triggers of starting our researches, and that we'll easily be able to get loads and loads of information those we might want to look for. *later than 1989 here
Can human brain store those craps all the time without missing anything?
...NO, unless the person has an annoying super computer in his/her head...
Although, we never can forget this fact that human brains are the final deciders of which information to take, however they cannot remember all the shitty-massive quantities of all the information floating in the cyberspace of Internet.
That means, who is actually taking the information out of the cyberspace has to have a certain quality of knowledge on things they are looking for.
Without the knowledge, the person will simply start drifting in the flood of cyberspace-information those are not necessarily true.
See what's going on in Japan right now!
What a pity that people without really knowing about the thing they fear are making all the rumors and another new information based of rumors!
BTW, has anyone reminded about the story of Tron while thinking things about cyberspaces?
That might be a film that can offer us this question; "what's the superior/inferior of human/cyberspaces compared to other?"