by Chris Campbell
Laissez Faire Books
Your brain is your reality. Not reality itself. Therefore, strange as it is to think about, each individual, in a weird way, is living in a sort of virtual reality.
(Tape up those spectacles, dear LFT reader. It’s time to geek out.)
Just as Morpheus pointed out in The Matrix, everything you experience as “real” can be reduced to electrical activity in the body. Our sensory organs deliver information about the world around us in the form of electrical signals to the brain. And that’s what we experience — not the world itself.