Saturday, November 8, 2008

This isn't really . . .



This isn't really happen-
ing to me.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Illusion?

Kim Mosley said...

Rather than thinking of illusions as things that aren't true, I think they are more constructs we create to explain what we sense. For example, we sit down in front of some wood and nails. We construct it in our mind as a table. To a woodpecker, it is dinner. That it is a table (or dinner) is an illusion

Anonymous said...

Is it ever really a table?

Kim Mosley said...

No... It is not a table. It is not really even wood, it you ask a physicist.

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