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The human brain is the only thing in this world that doesnt make logical sense. Everything else fits, it all works, and outside of your skull, the puzzle is complete.
Originally posted by Raideur
As for our senses, yes, we are bound by them, and for all I know, Im a brain in a jar, but even if I was, I am studying the environment presented before me, as is everyone else. I accept we will never know the real truth, if there even is one, but the pressing question does not deal with perception, but rather deception on the part of the mind. I consider that slow, rational part of your brain to be the only gauge of our world. It is the only thing that can put the pieces together in a coherent manner and make sense of the situation.
That part of my brain is the only part I trust, and no other.
Perhaps you should discribe what you mean by "out of body experiences" since I've never had one, and I doubt I could, if they even exist and it isnt your subconcious playing a trick on your real thoughts.
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Originally posted by Raideur
This was about magic, not sensory input....
I've heard both good things about that movie, and bad things, and Im not sure if I am going to accept what they have to say. I've heard its very hard facts and also its twisted facts to please a viewpoint.
I'll read it, but I wont accept its validity.