In the same way a goldfish might equate or be unable to differentiate water and space, to know that one encompasses the other, are we also unable to perceive some other substance through which we move? Not something that occupies space, but rather something that space occupies.

Given then that all perception of space, and the matter occupying that space, is known only within the mind, does it then stand to potential reason that space, and all of what we know as physical reality, is in fact contained in and projected by the conscious mind, as opposed to the intuitive opposite?

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