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Sampling different perspectives is certainly an advantage that can be advanced using technology but blurring the line between physical and virtual is a difficult nugget to swallow.
I do accept your point that all perception is developed in the brain. However we can analyze and compare, use instrumentation to verify our perception of reality.
One problem with the virtual world produced by technology is that people may begin to have false perceptions that could cause them or others harm because it's much easier to create false data, and incorrect perceptions.


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