It's a bit like, a long term educational process in a way.
A person just can not trust in their sensories.
It reminds me of a Twilight Zone episode i saw once, about a space flight simulator in a fair ground.
Delusion becomes normal and only the insane can truly see (wild_cackle.png).
Notice the way in which people who over train, such as athletes, can become so sensitive to illness. Like, distance runners and Multiple Sclerosis events. I'm thinking here specifically, of the .au runner 'Betty Cuthbert'.
Incidently, i smoke, and currently have a very worrying throat situation developing at the moment (damn it).
I think habit will often tend to over-ride sense, which just goes to display its' power.
I wonder, does this somehow relate to MS's currently ongoing 'Lets do something nice for the 3rd worlds kids' initiative
hmmm, time for another ciggy, i </cough> think.