Geographically Indexed

Everything has a place and every place has a thing.  
Gary Grammer talking about his garage

Give every object a quantifiable geographical coordinate. For the earth, this can be done by specifying a latitude, longitude and elevation. For off-earth objects, give orbital parameters along with an object-centroid-based coordinate location. An object can now be referenced, handled, sorted, or found by its coordinate.  Because these numbers are infinitesimally dividable, there's room to fit an infinite number of objects, each in its (if desired) unique location (Fibber McGee's closet and a magical Arabian tent at our disposal!)