Hey 3.5 readers.
Got a big ass mind-blowing question for you.
How sure are we that we all see the same exact things?
For example, what if the color I see as blue, you see as red? Every time I see something I think is blue, you see it as red. We never realize we see the color differently because technically, we’re talking about the same thing.
I see people that look like humans. But what if what you think humans look like and what I think they look like are different?
What if people look like giant lizards to you, but they look like people to me?
What if actual lizards look like tiny people to you?
Sure, this all sounds ridiculous, and it is unlikely, but no one has ever been able to see through the eyes of another before, so how can we e so sure that we are all looking at the same thing?