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I feel like the concept of "neural address" is incompletely described, and the specifics may matter.  For example, a specific point in the skull, yeah, is a bad way to address a specific concept, between individuals.  However, there might be, say, particular matching structures that tend to form around certain ideas, and searching on those structures might be a better way of addressing a particular concept.  (Probably still not good, but it hints in the direction that there may be better ways of formulating a neural address that maybe WOULD be sufficiently descriptive.  I don't know any particularly good methods, of the top of my head, though, and your point may turn out correct.)