There’s a problem with Reality, it doesn’t exist. Philosophy has argued about it and science has attempted to persuade us, but all the evidence is worthless if we don't accept it and trust it. Better to rely on the evidence of our own senses. Or is it?
We trust that our descriptions convey our meaning accurately, but we forget that the listener must create the meaning from our words and reference to things they already know.
Picking up on a recent theme. I mentioned Beau Lotto in a recent post, and promised the video. Under 12 minutes, if you can spare the time. By the way, did you know that the ability to focus our attention correlates with a higher IQ? Twelve minutes shouldn't be a problem then, should it.