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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on June 4, 2002 16:25:37 UTC

If we are real then our experience is real regardless of the experience or vision being shared or not shared by another. No?

Imagination, Hallucination (or by any other name) is very real to the one Experiencing the experience itself [this experience being experienced though individual or sometimes grouped is in itself an example of a living experiment with reported results. (Perhaps you might wish to consider some one’s chemical interaction might have evolved differently to another because light spectrums reflected in the eyes of one person are not the same in another person. No?

The question is: how dose one prove what is seen by one and not seen by another?

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