- Blind to our blindness
- Freedom within the cube
Our sensory perception tells us how we should interpret the world, which is often a series of paradoxes. It’s the bits in the brain that make the world a reality, not the external stimuli itself.
“If you could perceive reality as it really is, you would be shocked by its colorless, odorless, tasteless silence.”David Eagleman, neuroscientist
Like breathing in air, we take the information we need and spit it back out. A cycle of gases, presence is a gif loop stuck on belief.