posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 03:10 PM
I actually think the opposite. It has broadened reality, because it allows to learn more about the world then we would if we sat at home.
However, I still feel that traveling the world and learning that way is a must. For example. I can look up ANYTHING online about Russia. However,
all the reading I do (books or online) will NEVER EVER compare to my actual visit to Russia. That visit is more reality to me, then reading
The person closest to me in real life, lives in a different country. I can listen to his accounts of his country and read all about it - quite
realistically - however, until I experience it myself, my reality of it is limited.
The best way to experience reality is to well, experience reality. Get out, travel and learn. But the Internet is an exceptional aide to this.