Originally Posted by cylon
You're saying "cylon, have you ever dropped something heavy? It falls on the ground and stays there." And I am saying yes, you and I experience that the exact same way. But it is our experience we are discussing, not the objective fact itself, but our interpretation of it.
That is why science uses certain protocols to test what is real and what is not real, and to make sure that the interpretation is correct.
Yes, these protocols are not perfect and scientists make mistakes, etc, but just because our experiences are subjective, does not mean the objective reality does not exist or depends on our observation.
I donít have a problem believing that the gravity is not real; I think it would be very cool if it were so, but on what basis should I reject my subjective interpretation of gravity?