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    often seen living in a fantasy, an imagination that is unrestricted by reality. Reality is the state of things which actually exist and unlike fantasy is usually less attractive to the subconscious mind. Fantasy is a world that many of us wish to live in because we either fail to see or choose to accept reality, which is a form of escapism. Escapism is defined as the tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment or engaging in fantasy. In this

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    who asked an important question about the difference between virtual reality and real reality when he saw sea creatures in the public aquarium. People thought the boy’s question was irrelevant and decided to ignore the curious boy’s question. However, the speaker was upset that children spend more time watching television and playing video games that they do not understand the difference between virtual reality and real reality. Due to the fact that the child is not well educated about its natural

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    surface-level behavior with deep-level assumptions. This idea is the thought of many people acting just like everyone else around them, trying to fit in with society but have a deeper understanding for life and what reality is. Throughout chapter 2, Kraft discusses the differences between REALITY and reality, referring to the deeper understanding of life and understanding what is true and right. Compared to seeing the surface value of everything in life and “looking through filters” and only seeing what society

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    Reality, or Reality In the course of one’s existence it comes time for himself to become their own. This transition can be described at its best point as rather hectic. Every single person will go though this change or phase; however, its impact is relatively unique to the beholder. Some examples include but are not limited to, Alex Supertramp (Chris Mccandless) and Gene Rosellini. I often thought that this journey was one that someone could only have in extreme circumstances, not the average joe

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    I truly believe that reality TV needs a different name. At first reality TV was created with the aim to depict reality, but over time different interests and actions have resulted in doing the opposite of this. I would even go so far to say that reality TV has become just as fictional as fiction based television. “Reality” is defined as “the world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them”. However, Reality TV in no way represents this definition

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    Today’s audience grabs hold of reality TV now a day. Looking forward week to week to watch these unscripted real life situation shows. In a way it 's becoming increasingly hard to avoid not watching. Some viewers see the TV show and tend to be attention seekers, and reality TV allows them to fantasize about achieving status through instant fame. Too much reality TV may lead viewers to idealize real world situations, like romanticizing dating. Like when Truman saw the girl in the library who was an

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    The reality of a stage is that the stage is real… Reality TV is incapable of being truly real, whether scripted or given a general free response. The time restraint and personality condensing along with safety restraints is enough to take the reality out of reality TV. People desire to be entertained when they switch the channel on reality TV. The directors and producers know this because no one wants to watch something that isn’t entertaining and interesting. Reality is something you live everyday

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    Augmented Reality As you all know, technology has evolved throughout centuries. It is the living proof that an idea can get transformed into reality. This certain type of technology enhances the way life appears and positively affects one’s perception of reality. You may be wondering “How can all this be possible? “Augmented Reality works in complicated ways, but it’s not impossible. What it does is blurs the line between what’s actually real and what’s actually computer generated. What

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    The Christian Reality

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    The Christian reality consists of both a physical and a supernatural world. Men for a long time have been aware of these two realities and yet many times have only looked at just one or the other. The Greek philosophers have held opposing views on what is real. These philosophies are known as idealism or realism. Each hold to truths that are found in Christian beliefs, but also contain beliefs that are opposed to Christianity. Idealism holds to many ideas that can be accepted by Christians. One

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    Perception is not reality for many reasons. We are living in a virtual reality age of time in our lives so if we know something you will believe what you know. I think because of all the technology that we can use like video editing you can make some that are fake and make it look like it is real. This tricks us into believing things that are not real. If you think that seeing is believing some eliosuns can distort how we look at things from our view. In one of the images in the story on page

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