Our interpretations are governed by our sensory inputs (= info 'IN' tray) and how we perceive these. These are largely personal. For example, what I perceive as red, you may call green. We may receive light of similar wavelengths, but how can we compare (discuss) our resulting stimulated brain areas? "The map is not the territory". Words are not the sensations we would seek to explain.
"The map is not the territory" should always be the first thing taught about the speed of light . . . and light time.
"There never was a good war, or a bad peace." -- Benjamin Franklin.
Yes, I read somewhere about the peace of Camelot,
The peace of Utopia,
"The peace of slavery."
I'd prefer a frontier of space and exodus.
Frontier, the best, greatest, war. War! never-the-less.