I just read this sentence and I'm confused about what does it mean.
Consolidating memory is not instantaneous or even inevitable: every memory must be encoded and moved from short-term to long-term storage, and some of these memories are, for whatever reason, more vividly imprinted than others.
I know it's saying that consolidating memory is not instantaneous. But following this does it mean consolidating memory is not inevitable or it's inevitable?
Any help would be appreciated!