Think about it, what we really see are just informations that are converted into electrochemical acitvity inside the brain and interpreted as reality. Same for other 4 senses.
So do any color exist or are they simply interpretations of the brain? And how does the brain convert all this electrochemical activity in what we call consciousness?
I think consciousness is what everything is really about. But that's my point of view.
As John Eccles, Nobel Prize winning neurophysicist already said: "I want you to know that there are no colours in the real world, there are no fragrances in the real world, that there’s no beauty and there’s no ugliness. Out there beyond the limits of our perceptual apparatus is the erratically ambiguous and ceaselessly flowing quantum soup. And we’re almost like magicians in that in the very act of perception, we take that quantum soup and we convert it into the experience of material reality in our ordinary everyday waking state of consciousness".
Edited by JayMark, 12 March 2012 - 05:12 PM.