asked to define ‘reality’ or to consider the ways by which one concludes that a
particular physical reality ‘exists,’ the average human will tend to reference
their visual, tactile, and auditory abilities, and probably in that order too.
These modes through which the majority of humans assess and process their
surroundings are three major and essential contributors to how we, as humans,
define the existence of a physical reality. However, a fourth mode of
perception that is also extensively used and trusted, but whose scientific,
historical, and practical significance is severely underestimated is our