According to a new view, humans have evolved to see what is necessary for survival and that consciousness generates brain activity. It is said that perception is a user interface that may not actually be genuine.The world is not what we perceive it to be. Example: The above picture is stationary and flat. Just try it to say your brain. This idea is applied to the entirety of human consciousness, including how we perceive, think, feel, and interact with the world around us, by UCI cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman in his latest book, The Case Against Reality. He believes we have been looking at it all incorrectly.

Even though this image is flat and steady, our brains might not recognize it as such. In his brand-new book, The Case Against Reality, professor of cognitive sciences at UCI Don Hoffman applies that theory to how we see, think, feel, and engage with the world around us. He claims that he is interested in understanding human conscious experiences and building a computer model to develop a mathematical theory that actually explains them,” . If they are successful, we they be better able to comprehend reality and the truth. The photo was modified from a news release from UC Irvine.

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