Examples of illusion
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posted by: Robert Claypool R |
An illusion is a false interpretation of data. That is to say that when you receive the data you get from your eyes and interpret it, if it doesn't accurately reflect what's really there, that is an illusion.|
Some people confuse living in the here and now with stepping out of the time dimension. There is no here and now without time.
You can only change what is real. You can only change an illusion by changing the underlying realities. In order to change the illusion
Television is also an example of an illusion. When you see a person on the screen, there isn't actually a person there.
When people talk of the phone as sounding as if you are in the next room, that is an illusion .
There are some illusions that are caused by the playing back and processing of memories, and sometimes the person doesn't realize this.
Modified by Robert Claypool at Thu, Sep 18, 2003, 23:59:01
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