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I have read articles such as...

http://www.wired.com/2009/09/forgottenmemories/

and they say forgotten memories are still stored in your brain. What about partially remembered memories. For example, I can remember getting into a fight with someone but I might not be able to remember when, how the other person looked at the time, or how the exact motions played out. Does your brain still store these details?

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