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i wonder?

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by , 10-18-2010 at 01:15 PM (1834 Views)
i often wonder what the "things" really "look like".if we only process 2000 out of 4 million bits of information,then what is not recognized or "seen"?i dont necessarily mean microscopic things,but are there parts of matter and space that our brains cannot or have evolved to not need to see these things?one thing that facinates me is the possability that there are parts of "me" interacting with "stuff" without my knowledge or being aware of.

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  1. Aiwendil of Woodstock's Avatar
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  2. roncj5's Avatar
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    very cool!!!thank you
  3. Steve's Avatar
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    There is a great deal of variety in the way we see something - which bytes we see and process. Even a simple sort algorythm produces a large variety of results when the number of attributes is large or unbounded.
    Its actually a good thing that we don't have direct access to control this mechanism - just think how badly we would mess everything up if we could control it even just for ourselves. Our simple algorythms seem to work pretty well for most things, like crossing the street. They routinely fail when it comes to leaving the seat up or down, or so it seems.
  4. deusinvir's Avatar
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    It does make you wonder doesn't it. That's the fun thing about it though. We're limited in our experience and perceptions, and yet part of a greater whole. Thank you for your insight. It's nice to know that there are others out there who wonder about these things.
  5. Mike C. Davis's Avatar
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    Curious??!!
  6. Robert Nicholson's Avatar
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    Ever seen a cat pause and go around something that isn't there, or rather, that you cannot perceive?