I didn't say "human's memory". I simply meant "memory" as in a record, or data, a place where data of various kinds resides, and can be recalled and used by the system ( whatever your system is ). So I probably understand you fine, but you just don't think I do. The "models" in your "warehouse" constitute stored data. The "warehouse" ( if it exists at all ) is essentially a data storage device or system ( whatever label you want to put on it ). If that's not the case, then you're just not getting the idea across because your using the wrong words, in which case we need to figure out a better translation.Absolutely not.
Completely not like this.
I didn't mean any correlation for the "warehouse" with our human's memory.
I'm a bit frustrated that I completely failed in making anyone understand what I mean.
You would have to explain to me how your "warehouse" is different than a storage system of some kind. Maybe you mean a variable due to something like the uncertainty principle or the Many Worlds Interpretation? That would mean that there isn't actually any "warehouse" or storage system in your model. It's just an analogy to help convey your point, in which case you might as well just call it the Many Worlds Interpretation.