I've been packing to move. It's amazing how much stuff there is. I don't recall buying all this stuff. No wonder I never have any money. And the more I throw out, the more I have. That's what I call the inverse space law. Mass doubles as storage space reduces by half. So, you throw out half your stuff and you have less space than before you started. I actually submitted this theory on a paper in college. I got a D. Instructor hated it and described it as gibberish. May have been right. All I know is I've loaded up gobs of stuff and thrown out bobs of stuff and it seems like there's more stuff than when I started.