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(The auxiliary constructions of our perception, usually applied subconsciously, resemble ephemeral train bridges, leading us through the no man's land of our imagination. Looking out the window of one of the train's cars is like a reactive hallucination that is painfully obvious. It is only the perspectives that are distorted in a phantastic or amusing way in the disturbance zones, often resulting in "encounters of 3rd kind". Our conventionalized view of the world appears as simulated motion in a two-dimensional projection of perception in the flatland of "yes" and "no", as one finds in a similar form in the medial reality of the screen.)