ASPECTS OF REALITY IN OUR PERCEPTION
There is nothing in nature that exists against its laws except what we think of it. The reliability of information is achieved by both the content and the correctness of its presentation.
A necessary condition is the separation of factual information from logical conclusions and hypotheses, a sufficient condition is an adequate representation of the reality of both the facts themselves and
the models built on them.
For the degree of certainty, the form has a value, because each of us receives from the environment only the response of the change, and if we are talking about a fact or object it is no longer a factography,
but a suitable projection of previous personal experience.
We have access only to an integral assessment of the sense organ (in the case of using something it is necessary to add the properties of the instrument) and the surrounding reality, on which we impose our own experience
– this is the point of reference.