Andrew Ducker (andrewducker) wrote,
Andrew Ducker

A perfect example of people believing things they know aren't true

Alief is a concept I didn't realise I needed, until I encountered it. The idea that there are things what we absolutely do not, and yet act as if they are true.

Here's a nice, visceral, example, that also shows off how awesome Virtual Reality is going to be in the next couple of years:

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