"Sweet Merlin, and here I thought you were about to tell me your deepest and darkest secrets. I guess this isn't the beginning of a beautiful friendship," he teased. "I agree in part, because these memories are never like the real thing. Sure we have these facts, but they don't come with the emotions that made those memories stand out. People tend to remember things that mean something, but without that connection-" He shrugged. "The part I disagree with is the room. People forget their own stuff. It's not like we remember every class or every assignment we did. It's not a matter of room as much as they mean little even if they happened to us."
He nodded. "Yeah, I will. I've been talking to Remus and Sirius again. I sent a message to James." Peter chuckled. "We really don't. I don't think any of us has any idea of what to do with the land. She was talking about rotating crops and this and that. We'd have no clue. Besides, I think we have better things to worry about."
He decided that maybe there was something Ron could do for him. "I never had the chance to get into the Ministry, not enough connections or name recognition, but I was good at strange magic and obscure potions. I want to see if Padma wants to work with me in trying to understand the castle's magic. Maybe we can't stop it, but maybe we can predict it, find ways to limit the damage. We can't just wait for the next thing to happen, or the next person to arrive or to be sent back. What if it's Voldemort that arrives next. We need to do something, and while I get that studying time magic is useless since we can't go back, studying a way to understand the castle's magic might become vital. You want to do something? If you agree, then talk to Harry and let us study it."