Objective versus Subjective Reality

Objective versus Subjective Reality

Reductionist science says there should be an objective reality, a reality that is homogenous to everybody existing in this universe.
But objective reality includes randomness (e.g. randomness of radioactive decay), and maybe so (holographic principle) has a randomness in influencing how we perceive reality (=subjective reality), and objective reality has also an invisible part (we perceive only a fraction of the existing frequencies/smells/sensations/etc. of the rational real world), and a multiplicity of realities out of a possibly nonexistent void (regard spiritualized science), that could influence our perception, imagination and thoughts according to Quantum entanglement etc., so forms subjective reality and interacts with objective reality, whereas subjective and objective realities alter each other (Quantum entanglement, etc.).
Therefore objective and subjective reality dissolve into one another, and you could say that there’s no distinction between objective and subjective reality, and therefore everything is somehow real that we perceive (at least maybe in some other dimension, parallel universe, multiverse or whatever reality)!

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