Or our perceptions of it. I've been thinking about it a lot recently, trying to consider the mechanics behind what makes something real. It's something that's always fascinated me, and was recently exacerbated by a study I read in which siblings were sharing different versions of the same memories. For example, one brother would recall how he had been lost in a supermarket as a child, and the other would recall exactly the same event with himself as the protagonist. Coupling that with phenomena such as the quantum physics Twin Slit experiment (oi oi), and my personal experiences of on numerous occasions apparently inhabiting multiple realities at once, at least until observed by another, I think I have formulated a fairly clear (if not at all empirically scientific) theory of how we perceive, shape and influence reality. I wanted to ask if anyone has any theories of their own they'd like to discuss, has had any thoughts on the matter, or even wanted to debate mine? I'm always open to suggestion, and obviously don't think I have all (or any, really) of the answers. I just can't think of anything that is a better topic for contemplation and study, given that if we can truly understand the nature of reality, we may use that knowledge to improve it immeasurably. Off out now, I expect at least 14 OP is a fag comments before I return in a few hours.