>I have another theory. Imaginary things are just as good as experienced things when remembered.
A few years ago I went on a vacation to Hawaii. Now the memories are so thin that I can’t really be sure that I went. If I sit in a dark room and imagine a trip to the beach where people actually accepted me it might be as good if not better than a real trip if I remember it later.
What is the point of actually doing something physically if you can’t even remember it any better than an imaginary thing. I might be on to something here. I might be able to open my own virtual vacation company like in “Total Recall”.