Uh, you just pretty much said what I said. Except you think all of the organization is done on the fly. With no checksums.<quoted text>
Um, wow ... you know nothing about anything. Let's look at technology:
When you enter information that information must be processed into bytes, then stored into a database which much process it further to create classifications and unique identification markers.
When you read, or "store information" of any sort into the brain, it has to be processed into a complete concept, a language used by the brain itself, before it can be stored into the neurons. This process, yeah, it's a process, is often called memorization. Very little of what you read is actually memorized for this reason, that is why repetition is required to learn everything in a single paragraph by the vast majority of biological organisms. The information has to be broken down first, then those concepts in the information that are already present are then linked in an intricate network, the neural network, and offered "weights" based on how relevant that information is to the other parts. Then the language breaks the other parts down further into concepts and patterns which the brain can then process faster when called. These are also assigned neurons, which are also connected to other neurons with more "weights" determining their relevance to those other portions of information. By the time the brain memorizes even one word, a few thousand more neural connections are established and a few hundred more neurons are assigned to specific concepts contained within that one single word. The language the brain utilizes for breaking down information is so elaborate that even the concept of zero uses several hundred neurons.
But here the utter reality. Those words and brain processes have to be turned into "reality", meaning physical processes you can identify with, like the ones that created us and we live in? Otherwise you have a bunch of random firing neurons with no where to go.
Go break a finger, it will do you some good. Get a good grasp of what momentum and mass is. Banging your head against the wall may be of significant value to you. If done hard enough.