- A story you are telling yourself. One of several possible stories. A complexity about yourself. More than what is on the surface. A barrier which you are unable to cross. A model of reality known as superdeterminism. How many versions of the story do you record? What components make up any of those stories? What happens when you reinterpret a memory? Does the story change? Do your feelings change as well? In time, when we try to look outside of ourselves, we find that we can look in only one direction - the past. The result of an arrangement that is a reflection in a mirror. That makes anything we experience and call physical reality - from the furthest galaxy we can detect to our own nervous system - a form of memory.