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Robert Ornstein and the "Mind Real"

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Part graphic novel, the latest book from Bay Area psychologist Robert Ornstein suggests that we all experience the world not as it is, but as virtual reality. Ornstein is the author of “MindReal: How the Mind Creates its Own Virtual Reality.” He’s also president and founder of the Institute for the Study of Human Knowledge, an educational nonprofit dedicated to bringing important discoveries concerning human nature to the general public.


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