} As you know, recollection of memory is terran brains and computers is
} performed by re-running a signal across a path it once ran along before
} when the original stimulus signal was experienced.
} When you're trying to recall something, you (well, in an abstract
} sense,) try to cue the same signal to run the same path so you can
} recreate the experience. The brain won't know in advance which path
} the signal should go down, so it fires signals down many many paths for
} sorting out the experiences later.
} With many signals down many paths, the experience that is recreated
} first tends to be the most impressive. Thus, it's a bit of a race
} between these signals running down paths to see who can finish first
} and be the most prominent memory.
} The sort of memory that comes from this try-every-path racing, is
} called, naturually, a racial memory, and the term is used for when you
} are trying to recall a specific single time you did something
} For instance, if you try recalling your question, the terms 'racial
} memory' and 'genetic memory' will both vie for recollection, but since
} there's fewer letters in 'racial' than 'genentic', odds are that the
} former word's memory will win the race, appear in your mind first, and
} appear to you to be the best term to use.
} You owe the Oracle a 500-word essay on futility of 'genetic purity'.
} You may cite from March of Dimes and the royalty of Europe for examples
} of the dangers of inbreeding.