I have to agree with Dub_. What we see is NOT the total reality of what something is. That is the biggest mistake anyone can make- to assume that how we PERCIEVE something is the only way it is.<br />Consider an ant walking next to me on the Gorge Bridge as a truck rumbles by. What I peceive are tiny grains of sand vibrating next to the ant as the bridge vibrates from the passing of the truck. The ant, however, is experiencing a virtual magnitude 12.6 earthquake, with boulders the size of bowling balls being blasted twenty feet in the air! Yet both experiences, and therefore both realities, are only what THEY APPEAR to be, and are only accurate from EACH level of perception. What the ant and I both perceive is real, yet both perceptions are inherently incomplete. To accurately define a given reality one must first establish a frame of reference- the aspects of one level of reality do not necessarily LITERALLY transfer over to another.