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Many scientists and also common people have tried to find out what reality is And when they reached a conclusion they tried to explain it to us in the most understandable way possible In any common dictionary we can find the word reality explained as the quality of being real or ones true personal situation or the real world contrasted with ones ideals and illusions or a thing that is experienced or seen These definitions dont help us at all understand reality because I think they diminish the true value of reality the possibilities they offer us are very few or better said we can call reality everything we perceive as existing and thats very little knowledge compared to the infinity that surrounds us time space We can perceive reality using our senses which means that we filter everything through only five channels only five ways of getting in touch with everything around us the sixth sense the intuition is not an accurate sense at least not yet not to mention that every human being has a different amount of intuition This leads us to think that human mind is capable to reach only an infinitely small part of this endless universe so after all reality may be a matter of species Maybe the human races amount of knowledge is as small as our planet compared to the universe The human brain is directing all our senses and when it receives electrical impulses from external factors it compares the data with our past experience So thats how we perceive a thing as being real or not at the present stage of development of our brain Maybe if we were more evolved we would perceive reality differently we would have more than five senses which would be more evolved as well Of course we dont know the true power of our brains we know only as much as the technology made possible for us to
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