We are used to dismissing as illusion certain things that our physical senses behold—a rainbow on the rug from sunshine striking a prism, tracks narrowing off in the distance, the distorted images of ourselves in a house of mirrors. We disbelieve what our eyes take in because we know what's really true.
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