The debate "Everything you can imagine is real" was started by
January 1, 2014, 3:17 am.
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That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
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I believe anything that can happen, can happen. I don't believe that anything we imagine IS real. I do believe that anything we imagine CAN be real IF we had what we think are simply just our imagination, and make our imaginations a reality. Basically what I'm saying is, we can make imaginations a reality if we can think of things and make them instantly a physical form, which is impossible.
how do you define real...
everything you see touch smell taste are registering as electrical signals in brain.so fundamentally.you are just energy.it is just the matter of perception.
Everything you imagine is indeed real, real as in it is a real imagination, it exists as a real imagination. If that is the way you define reality, then yes, it is indeed real.
Everything you can imagine is real but virtually.
Then I will see you around; and when I do, I'll know you too sit on clouds. But until then I am forced to assume otherwise, given that evidence regularly reveals to me clouds hither-too unsat upon.
I can sit on clouds. That is my perception of reality.
I can imagine that the Finland would get all the medals from the olympics, BUT DEAR GOD NO, I'LL EAT MY HAT IF THAT HAPPENS!
Imagining a perfect cat does not mean there is a perfect cat in some magical realm of ideas no more than there is a realm of video game worlds which my computer monitor is a window into. What is on my computer's monitor exists as an image; what is in my mind exists as a thought.
I can imagine myself sitting on a rainbow. And I know its never gonna be real.
Imagination is limitless. We are limited in what we can create and do, I can imagine aliens but I cannot make or summon one....
anything is possible but but the possibility relies on you.
I imagine imagining the impossible, which is impossible to be realistic.
Everything that is real is created through observing. Quantum Physics
If i am imagining, I must be imagining something, because imagining nothing is the same as not imagining (just like seeing nothing is the same as not seeing). But if I imagine something, that means that the object of my imagination is something, and if it is something, it exists.
Real in a certain sense: not that it exists in the same way that non-imaginary things do, but only as an imagination. A fictional character is imaginary. So think: before Cervantes created him, there was no Don Quixote. But after he did create him, there was such a character. And what does creation mean but bringing something to existence? Cervantes did not create an actual man, but he did create an imaginary one; Don Quixote does not exist as an actual man, but it is true that, before the book was written, the character did not exist, but afterwards, there is such a character, not something as real as a man but still something that exists.
Imagination may result in realization. If you think that the human brain is gray, then you are almost true. The human brain is a grayish-ink, jellylike ball with many ridges and grooves on its surface. It also consists of a lot of ideas and inspirations. Don’t stop imaging as long as you can make it real.
That's a lovely idea, but last night I imagined I conquered the moon on the back of a dragon and stole all its cheese. I'd love some hints on how I can make that real.