Reality and Vision
Apart from the fact that the perception of information arises from the immediate event, whereby the reaction of perception consists as a reaction sequence of the functioning of the body, there are two other types of information that the human constantly processes. The information that refers to an event or snapshot in the past and the information that is focused on the probability of an event in the future.
The farmers have harvested their rice again and again in the same way in the same place. The information for this was defined in the past and then passed down from generation to generation. The information exists as real.
In the course of time, however, the farmers are no longer the same people, the rice is not the same and the composition of the substances of the harvesting place has also become a different one. However, the perception of the process has been preserved, as this is a set of data set in the memory.
However, this data corresponds only to the reality from the snapshot of its definition, and not to the actual information available. If a farmer were to harvest his rice in a different way, he would be considered unrealistic. But the farmer himself, who has taken a direct part in change and development, perceives his reality as normal.
The realities of the farmer, who practises his perception as a viewer and receives information defined at a given moment, and the farmer, who perceives the information of change as a person concerned, inevitably diverge.
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