When we look at a tree, what are we actually seeing?
Are we seeing the actual image that lands on the retina, or an electronic interpretation in our brain?
We are seeing a figment of our imagination. Trees don't exist. Only a fool would believe that trees exist.
by Andrea Lawrence3 years ago
Do you think ghosts actually exist? Why?
by Prodio3 years ago
What do we indicate to - when we use the word - real? Are imaginations real? Well - when we imagine - we are obviously doing/using something (materialists = electricity of the nervous system/ others = spirit).So -...
by paarsurrey4 years ago
Atheism is a psychological construct of those who doubt nature; not a reality
by accofranco8 years ago
If your answer is yes,what is your proof.And then which religion is the true religion and which one is false and why do you think so?
by Steven Escareno7 years ago
Has anyone ever seen the film, "Invention of Lying?" it's a funny movie. it essentially takes place in a world where mankind never evolved to be able to lie at all. hence, there's no such thing as...
by ExoticHippieQueen6 years ago
I did look around to see if anyone else had this problem, but I'm not seeing it anywhere. For about a couple of months now, when I log into my site, instead of it taking me directly to my profile or home page, it...
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