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Holographic Universe: Its all illusion - Part 2/2

  • Goldy
  • uploaded: Jan 15, 2009
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  • Notgeoffrey#

    Notgeoffrey January 15, 2009 11:19:26 PM CET

    Apologies for my awful typing skills :0)

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    Notgeoffrey January 15, 2009 11:15:10 PM CET

    What a wonderful example of a total lack of understanding.... How can the narrator repeatedly say 'it's in our brain' and in the same programme correctly mention taht we have no means fo perception in the brain? The two statements are contradictory. Yes, it is all a case of perception, but if you take the analogy of the bird it would suggest that if you close your eyes and block your ears the bird will no longer exist.... So how come other people would still be able to see and hear it? If the stars are in our head, how could two people succeed in drawing the same constellations from what they see? The entire premise of this 'mockumentary' is based on the percetions of a single individual. Taken in that context it is a valid concept, but as soon as you factor in the interaction of others you blow the whole idea out of the water. Apperently I do not have a hand with which to feel, but that hand is measurable in dimensions, mass and time by others around us. If I am imagining my hand and it has no physical reality, how can somone imagine me slapping them in their deluded faces with it? There is no secret beyond matter in this regard. No imaginary world in which we live. The world is a very real and physical place and this can be proved by the simple expedience of having more than one person being able to perceive the same thing.

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