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    to or on

    Which on is correct?

    There is more information stored to the stimuli.

    There is more Information stored on the stimuli.

    As children get older and are more expose to different cultures, more information is being stored on their stimuli or to their stimuli.

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    Re: to or on

    I find this an odd sentence. I do not see that anything can be stored on or to stimuli, which are the things that arouse reaction in an organ or tissue, or that provoke enthusiasm.

    Is this your own sentence or one you have found in a book or article?


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