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In this film, a journey is made through different dimensions by means of special images created by a simulator.
The hero of the film goes into the simulator and, without going anywhere, he finds himself in a totally different world. The hero's body is in a twentieth century simulating device, but he finds himself in the nineteenth century. MURAD: But even more interesting is how it is that we see the things we experience in dreams. As can be seen in the picture, the hero of the film demonstrates super-human feats when he has to; he can even fly through the air. AHMED: MURAD, I see the point too, but can you give more examples to help us understand better? In the film, the actor in the leading role is sitting in a chair connected to a computer, as can be seen in the picture above. MURAD: Were you convinced that what you were experiencing during the dream was really happening? MURAD: Our experience of life in the real world, like the images in our dreams, is even more convincing. AHMED: I understand this but when I wake up from a dream, I come back to the real world which is in the same place where it was before I fell asleep.
MURAD: The moon and stars in your dream are in the same space as the stars you see while awake. In a dream, a person can do everything you see in the picture above: he can talk on the telephone, work at the office, ski, read a newspaper, take a trip, and play with a child.
Do not let concepts such as space, size and depth deceive you; you perceive their existence in your dreams also. MURAD: Putting images one on top of the other is an important method of creating the sense of depth.
MURAD: Now, with one eye closed, bring the two pens close together and place one in front of the other. MURAD: And when the elements of shadow and light are brought into the picture, the three-dimensional image is complete. AISHA: So it appears that what we call depth and space is an impression formed in our brain. AHMED: You mean like the way we used to watch snowy images on black and white television and not get as involved in the action? In a three-dimensional film, two different images taken from two different angles are projected on the same screen. MURAD: Yes of course, but AHMED, can you make direct contact with what you call absolute matter?
AHMED: Things like the metal used in its manufacture, the colors and then its size and weight. MURAD: In that case, if we go back to what we were talking about earlier, if we take away from the image of the car our perceptions that have given us the feelings associated with that perception, such as color, hardness, depth, what's left? In these pictures it can be seen how painters give the impression of depth and reality to the picture by the use of shadow and perspective. MURAD: Accordingly, you can never know learn about the matter that Allah has created and that exists outside.
He says, "As to the sense of touch when we press the table with our fingers, there is an electric disturbance on the electrons and protons of our fingertips, produced, according to modern physics, by the proximity of the electrons and protons in the table. When you look at the pictures above and on the next page, you get a sense of depth and space.
In the picture on the left, there is a distance between the person standing and the airplanes over his head. AHMED: From this we understand that the reality of that which we call matter is completely unknown to us. If a computer is connected to the brain and electric signals are transmitted from the computer to the brain to create the sense of touch, even if there is no actual act of touching, the person thinks that he is touching something. IBRAHIM: For example, the fact that a person who is color-blind sees the world in different colors is proof of this, isn't it? According to Ibrahim's example, when a person looks at the moon, the telescope or the view in front of him, he is actually looking at images on the same plane. ADNAN OKTAR: We do have the reality of external matter, but it is transparent on the outside. Untuk menyingkat cerita, saya tidak menghasilkan seratus ribu dollar pada tahun itu, kami menghasilkan sembilan puluh dua ribu tiga ratus dua puluh tujuh dolar.
Dan ia menggambar sebuah wajah tersenyum pada tanda tangannya karena itu adalah cek satu juta dolar pertama yang pernah ia tulis. I've read books that say our lives are only composed of images and we can never be in contact with those images that exist in the external world. Sound waves strike the ear and, after passing through various stages, are converted into electric signals which afterwards reach the brain by way of the nerves. We all remember high school biology but since you, IBRAHIM, are advanced in that science, starting with the sense of sight, can you tell us how the five senses work? Here the first stage begins: the nerve endings receive the stimulation and convert it into an electric signal that can be transmitted by the nerves. The friends sitting with him and the vastness of the view he sees around him are images formed in the sight center of his brain. Yes, the system works in this way but at the cognitive stage of perception, that is, the stage when we understand what it is we sense, the system becomes much more complex.
The information about the tree, that is, its color, distance, and dimensions are carried to my eye by means of light. All these things are actually objects you know by means of your sense organs and perceive by your brain's interpretation of electric signals. It has appeared that, if we take any common object of the sort that is supposed to be known by the senses, what the senses immediately tell us is not the truth about the object as it is apart from us, but only the truth about certain sense-data which, so far as we can see, depend upon the relations between us and the object.
I'm studying in the computer department, so this subject is a familiar one and I find the topic interesting. Developments in technology produce new examples that help people understand this subject more quickly.
We hear the voices of a crowd; we fall into the sea and experience the excitement as we struggle with the high waves all around us. In my dream, I was driving along the shore in a motorboat cutting through the water as I went. He thinks everything is real, but the cars, the people, his own clothing, even his own appearance are actually composed of impressions projected to his brain. That evening I wanted to go to bed early because the next day we were going to go to the Islands to have a meal with my family.
Besides, I want to remind you again, there's no difference between what we see while dreaming and what we see while awake.
The scenes you see above are from just one out of hundreds of such films in which people are connected to a computer and live in a completely different world made up of impressions that seem very real. Even that time in the sea when I was swimming and trying to save myself I remember how cold the water felt.
So AHMED, tell us: how is it that, at night, with our eyes closed, such a clear and colorful world is formed in the dark recesses of our brain? In order for a world to be formed by means of the operation of all these perceptions, we have no need of the signals that our sense organs bring from the outside. Wearing a special pair of glasses, a person sees unreal impressions and a glove gives him the sense that he is touching things that are not really there.
Look, in order to understand this matter better, let me expand the topic with a few more examples.
Although he experiences these things in a highly realistic way, they are actually imaginary impressions created in the brain by the computer. Yes, now I understand much better; scientifically there is no difference between what I see in a dream and what I see while awake.
Nevertheless, he can practice oriental martial arts (as can be seen in the middle picture) and he can move fast enough to outrun a bullet (as in the bottom picture). The impressions we perceive are so many, so clear and detailed that many people lead their whole lives believing they have some connection with the reality of all they see.


The kind of impression called space in the science of Optics is part of a very complex system just as the impression of color is, but to put it simply we can say, basically, that an impression that comes to our eyes has only two dimensions. Now, focus your eyes on your finger and open and close your right and left eyes one after the other. Just as in real life, you look up at the sky and see the moon and the stars in a particular special relation to yourself; in a dream you see them in the same relation. Gibson was one of the first to understand the importance of change of texture in the sensation of depth.
Putting all these things together, I understand much better why the field appeared so vast. For example, the reason we admire a painting is because of the sense of reality and depth, and the use of shadow and perspective. You see, because these elements are applied in art and that details come together, a realistic and convincing world emerges, formed from our impressions. Now we go to the cinema and, if the film is well made, we get caught up in it and feel as if it's real. The more intricately the details of an impression are woven, such as light, shadow, and dimensions, the more realistic it appears and deceives our senses.
There's no longer any doubt that space and depth are particular to the brain just like sight, sound and taste. With what evidence can we claim that we have a relation to a material world outside our perceptions? All of these pictures are on a flat surface but the lines are made so as to give the impression of depth.
Two friends and I were in front of our summerhouse watching the full moon with a small, fixed telescope. Yes, as you said, because a person watches these images throughout his whole life, he perceives the world according to the perceptions that are given to him. Therefore, to claim that the things we see are the way we see them and to think that we have any connection to their reality is illogical and of no use. Not only in the world of ideas, but people working in scientific fields such as physics, atomic theory and astronomy, and well-known scientists whose names we often hear have understood this subject in one way or another and have come to their own interpretations. Rasulullah (May Allah bless him and grant him peace), the Speaker of truth, says this will happen.
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In the second stage these electric signals are carried to the relevant centers in the brain related to sight, hearing, smell and taste.
Inside the eye, this information is converted into an electric signal and fed to the nerves, and then the nerves transport this information to the brain's sight center.
When we touch a tree or pick a fruit from it we experience an impression of sight, sound, taste, smell and touch, sent to the brain from all our five senses. In countries where technology is highly developed, a lot of entertainment and education media have been created. But I must make it clear that it's easier to grasp this subject by approaching it with an open mind.
I was terrified and running as fast as I could along a rough trail when my foot got caught in some brush and I fell.
For example, AHMED, can you distinguish the sounds, colors, smells - and the emotions you felt as you drove the boat – such as fear, hunger and joy from what you experience in a waking state?
These films help us to grasp this obvious and important reality which most of us have not considered before. I mean, just as we experience everything in daily life in our brain's cognition center so do we experience them in a dream. If we were to artificially produce the same signals, and transmit them to the relevant nerves, we would see the same tree without eyes. As you know, with the advance of technology, devices called simulators are used in many fields. Although the hero thinks he is experiencing these exciting adventures, he is actually sitting in a chair. When you were swimming did you feel the coldness of the water, the buoyancy, taste the salt? Everything is so realistic that the actor is very surprised when he opens his eyes and finds that he is sitting in a chair. But the same thing is also true for your dream as in your dream you thought you had some connection with the sea or the chair where you were sitting. Apart from what our senses pick up and our impressions, we can neither see nor feel matter.
Because two different impressions strike your two eyes, you will see that your finger changes place or slides slightly. Perspective arises from the perception that things in the distance appear to the viewer as smaller in relation to things that are near. Although the viewer does not actually see a three-dimensional image on the screen, technology can give the impression of three-dimensionality.
But there are people who still claim that the concrete, absolute material objects, from which these images arise, exist outside us, aren't they? If we cut or temporarily interrupt the nerves going from our sense organs to our brains, what do we have? But this is really a two-dimensional picture and all the trees are located on the same surface. Actually, both the planes in the distance and the glass in the man's hand are on one surface. Our perceptions send us sensations which form impressions such as color, light, taste, smell but beyond these they don't permit us to have direct experience of what we call matter.
A person walking on a street is, in fact, walking on a street in his brain and the cars that pass him are in his brain.
If the sense organs are damaged, a distorted perception occurs; for this reason, a person who is color-blind cannot know real color.
If you looked at such objects disposed in space and scratched your lower eyelid as Ibrahim did, you would see that the objects do not remain fixed but change their location. Materialist thinkers such as Marx and Lenin also studied this subject in their day and understood that it posed a great threat to their materialist views.
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Ternyata sungguh - sungguh ampuh, dan sekarang setiap hari saya menjalani hidup dengan rahasia ini. In fact, I hope as we talk and share ideas, you'll find the answers are more simple and precise than you can imagine.
Actually, the brain is insulated from sound; that is, what we call the hearing center in the brain is a place of complete silence. In the last stage, when the brain perceives these signals, it gives the appropriate response. But if the reality is not what appears, have we any means of knowing whether there is any reality at all? Even if we didn't know any of the examples you gave, nothing would change because the situation is extremely clear to me. Now, AISHA, can you tell us about a dream that deeply affected you and that stayed in your conscious memory? Even if a dream is extremely vivid while it takes place, from the moment we immerse ourselves in daily life, the dream loses its clarity and effect.
For example, we sense the full taste while eating, we feel fear and flee from dangerous situations, and feel joy in a happy situation. A life-like but imaginary environment is created and accessed by the use of a helmet, visor and a glove to make the connection.
This proves that to make a person experience a place or a situation there is no need for concrete external reality. If you think carefully for a moment, you'll understand that the things you experience in your dreams and the life you live while awake are composed of the same impressions. What stimulate the sense of space and depth in an impression are certain factors such as perspective, shadow and movement. The fact that the dimensions of an impression meet the eye at an angle and that the two eyes see two different impressions at the same time, causes the sensation of depth and space. In fact, both what is experienced as a dream and what is experienced as real life are all impressions perceived in the brain.
Now, continue to focus your eyes on your right index finger and bring your left index finger as close as possible to your eyes.
For example, when you look at a landscape painting, the trees in the distance appear small and the trees that are close appear big. In a similar way, a person is deceived in thinking that he is observing a three-dimensional world around him.
If we are walking along an empty street and, as IBRAHIM did, gently rub our lower eyelids, we will see this clearly. For this reason, no matter how well they knew the truth, they tried to take measures to suppress it as they realized that accepting such a view would not be to their own advantage.
In other words, because of the image, because it is three-dimensional, when it and the image of your finger are combined together, since they are all perceived in the same place in the brain, you feel a sensation stemming from three-dimensional perception that you are touching it with your finger.
You are forming in a tiny space in my brain, but the image is so sharp and vivid that you genuinely seem at a distance from me. Beli Tiket Pre-Sale MARKAS, Bonusnya Bikin Ngiler!Thailand vs Indonesia Live Update di sini, Gan! But, within this silence, we perceive every outside noise and every conversation around us. Impressions from the surrounding area such as the smell of flowers, birds singing, the texture of the table and countless elements that form the images come together.


But to sum it up now; Throughout our lives we taste the savor of the cake that we eat and use the energy that our body inside our brain takes from this cake.
There has been so much work in this area that it's getting easier and easier for a computer to form a non-existent world out of electrical signals and to have human beings experience a desired impression by means of these signals. But it's possible that a person who had never thought about this subject before will at first find it a bit strange.
Someone, who woke up in a sweat from a nightmare a little while ago, soon eats breakfast with none of the disturbing feelings his dream evoked. I remember very well the vivid smell of the sea, and the strong wind and cold spray of salty water on my face as the high powered speed boat sped through the water. And did you hear the sounds of waves, seagulls, and other details your senses picked up during the dream?
Every impression that strikes one eye is different from the impression that strikes our other eye from the point of view of elements such as light and position. This is an important reality worth considering because we live with it every day of our lives. You will notice that the finger closer to you has formed a double image which proves that an impression of depth different from that of the farther finger is formed in the system of perception.
The filters in the glasses receive one of the two images and the brain brings these two together making a three dimensional image. How is it that a clear impression like three dimensions can be formed on a single, two-dimensional retina? For this reason, it is easier to make a judgment about the distance of an object which is placed on a texture. Or the image of a mountain in the background is drawn smaller than the image of a person standing in the foreground.
The sight center of our brain has an area of one cubic centimeter; that is, as small as a chickpea.
Similarly, we can say that the impressions we relate to throughout our lives are actually on one plane. Those who regard matter as the sole absolute existence are left with no rational, sensible and scientific evidence they can defend in the face of the fact that they can never have direct experience of the original of matter.
Saya tidak mendapatkan ide-ide cemerlang, tidak ada juga orang yang menawarkan lebih banyak uang kepad saya. The impression is then compared with information stored in our memory and the relevant center of our brain makes sense of our surroundings. In fact, the things we perceive in our brains by means of the senses make up much of our whole life.
Today the principal aim of these 3-D computer games, so fascinating for children, is to give the illusion of real life in an imaginary setting by stimulating the five senses. A great deal of physics, atomic and biological research topics are shaped by this technology. To learn that something we have accepted from birth as true, is, in fact, very different from what we have believed it to be, will cause various reactions in people. Or a child who is awakened for school in the midst of a pleasant dream quickly forgets the delight of the dream by the time he washes his face. In a simulator, the fingers of a person wearing the glove are stimulated by a mechanism which sends signals from the finger-tips to the brain and the person thinks, for example, he's petting a cat. The heroes of the film were hooked up to a computer, found themselves transported to different places. When the brain brings these two impressions into one picture, we get the sense of space and depth. Now, while you are in that position, if you open and close your eyes one after the other, you will see that the closer finger changes place more than that farther finger because the difference between the two impressions striking the eye has been increased. Without looking with both eyes, it's very difficult to know which one is farther away, isn't it?
All those things we see in the distance such as far-away houses, stars in the sky, the moon, the sun, airplanes and birds in the air, occur in this small area. Because throughout our whole lives we see only mental images and, because our entire world is composed of these images, it's not possible for us to regard anything called matter which exists in a place outside our senses as the sole absoluteness. Now IBRAHIM, would you tell us what operation takes place when we see that tree over there?
Education in some professions from NASA astronauts to architects and engineers is done by the use of three dimensional imaging, called simulation.
But if someone's basic aim is to learn the truth, he must accept the truth without resistance. The events in a dream are sometimes so vivid that often, when people awaken, they wonder whether or not the dream was real. When I got up in the morning, Asra had placed the shirt in the place I wanted, and I wasn't quite sure if it was real or I was dreaming.
For example, they thought they were in a gym doing Oriental martial arts but in fact never moved from the chair in front of the computer in that small room.
For this reason, everyone actually lives an entire life relating to impressions of the world that are in his brain. The way a sense of depth is formed on a two-dimensional retina is very much like the technique used by an artist trying to get a realistic sense of depth in a two-dimensional picture. In other words, there is technically no distance between an airplane which you may say is thousands of kilometers up in the air and a glass you can reach out and take with your hand. This is like a blind person commenting about colors; since he has never seen colors he is unable to make any comment. Just as a picture we are watching on television moves when we try to adjust the antenna, so we have the same kind of effect here. A small thing, you appear like a human being and that is enough for me, and it all happens in this tiny space. Everything we know about the world is composed of signals communicated to us by our senses. In simulation flight training, a pilot can't tell the difference between real flight conditions and simulated conditions, created by the computer. For this reason, the examples we experience every day will assure that we grasp this reality much better. In fact, technically speaking, there's little difference between the world we experience while awake and the dreams we have while asleep. In order that the impression appears more realistic, signals go from the helmet to the person's brain, and as a result, the image of a cat is formed in the brain. One of the characters tried to explain to the person hooked up to the computer that what he was seeing was really just illusions. We are like a person in our brain sitting in front of a television: whatever image is being shown, that is what we watch. For instance, there is bright light in the brain, but no light on the outside, in the outside world. The subject of many great science fiction films we see is the idea that human life is constituted of impressions or virtual worlds formed in the brain. In the course of a dream, a person can experience anything that happens while awake; he can talk, eat, breathe, run, laugh, cry, feel pain and so on. The summer houses, my friends, the sea from one end to the other and all the houses in the estate moved in various directions as my eyelid moved.
Whatever we do, eat, walk on the street, go to school, meet with friends, our whole life is as if we were watching a video cassette. 2012, or the Day of Judgment, he says, is when there will be a fundamental change in the human soul.
For this reason, throughout our whole lives, the world we see in our brain is perceived by the sense organs. If I were really able to have direct experience of the moon so far away, could the image of the moon I saw be moved so much by such a simple action as rubbing an eyelid?
Saya berpikir, "jika pembaca mengetahui tentang buku saya, pasti empat ratus ribu orang akan membelinya. Look, what the famous philosopher Bertrand Russell in his book The Problems of Philosophy emphasizes in situations which results from grappling with this problem. Without there being a single cat to be found, the person really feels that he's petting a cat. My friends, the shore, the houses in the estate and the sea appeared to be at various distances away. Sometimes they wake up screaming from a frightening dream and don't want to wake up at all from a pleasant one. We spend our whole lives in the little house in our brain and we watch the outside world on the television in there.
Now I understand that I was mistaken when I thought that I was looking at something outside myself and objects I understood to be in the distance. They are devices that convert sound waves entering from the outside into an electrical current.
It just converts gaseous chemical substances from the outside into electrical energy and transmits this to the brain. All sound is perceived by the soul in the brain, and the brain interprets those sound waves as sound. They focus light rays onto a specific point, and that chemical energy is converted into electrical energy there.



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