This is a hard enough idea to wrap my head around and I would greatly appreciate any edits/help to get it more readable for those in-the-know.
Is it theoretically possible to have a hard drive that has saved on it one copy of every possible binary permutation of one kilobyte and then have the rest of the system simply create pointers to these locations?
Would a system made such a way be any faster than simply having information stored directly?
To explain another way, say instead of having sentences:
"Hello, I'm Bob." and "That sandwich looks delicious."
...stored on the hard drive, we would have all permutations of the alphabet and other characters up to some number (say, 1000 characters or so), and then have store our sentences as something like: