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Windows 7: Reality does not exist until it is observed.

14 Jan 2020   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Reality does not exist until it is observed.

"Reality does not exist until it is observed."
I'm trying to remember who philosophied this idea. I will be back soon to discuss this unique Idea.

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Reality does not exist until it is observed. - Google Search
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