posted on Mar, 3 2014 @ 06:18 AM
It's a confusing question. Because of the way that you worded your post, it almost seems that you don't know the basic definition of subjective. Yet
I'm sure that you do. We all have our own point of view, therefore subjective exists.
It's like you're asking this: "If 2 things are not the same, then they are different, so can we know that difference itself really exists?"
It's sort of a self explanatory thing.
I wonder sometimes if Deja Vu is the same for everyone. You know how sometimes someone will see a pink Cadillac, then tomorrow they see another pink
Cadillac and they say "Wow, Deja Vu." But no, my friend, that's not what it really is. It's a feeling that you can't put your finger on, not
some absurd coincidence. Real Deja vu will stand up the hairs on your body, it's uncanny. I also wonder if anyone sees colors the same way I do, or
experiences smells the same. What if chocolate to me, tastes like vanilla to another? It could absolutely never be proven, and I think that's what
you're getting at.