What is reality?




Reality1 emerges2 as the observer response3 to a series (or continuum) of discrete realness moments.4


In other words, realness is discontinuous, indeed digitised.5


From which follows that both time and space are also digitised.6,7,8














©  2021 by Victor Langheld








1.     Identified by gross/slow human perception.

2.     both the realness moment and the stream of realness moments, to wit, ubiquitous reality, happen as emergent.

3.     ‘The world’, i.e. nature, emerges as private response to individual contacts or instructions, i.e. percepts.

4.     For ‘moments’ read: quanta or units.

5.     That the human experiences/perceives realness, time and space as continuous results from the human’s slow mental processing capacity. The latter is also the reason why a human sees/experiences a movie when in fact he/she is processing a series of stills/quanta.

6.     The Astika belief, supported by Adi Shankara, that reality, like consciousness and joy (viz. sat-chit-ananda), is permanent (i.e. continuous) and ubiquitous was a serious error of observation. Nastika (to wit: Jain) atomism, and early Buddhist momentariness have been proven correct by contemporary science, for instance by Einstein’s Black Box Radiation demonstration.

7.     The reason why realness, time and space, and therefore all appearance, is digitised is that the substrate of emergence (i.e. the base of communication screening = consciousness) presents as quantum space.

8.     From which one might infer that the identifiable and obviously real because quantum contact derived universe, both private and public, emerges as automatic and blind internal communication system.