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What's it like to experience a quality? One can only tell what it's like in terms of other sense data linked to a name. But often there is no name, for example, if we want to tell what it's like to see the color red.
They favor the subjectivity of noises; clever words, over the universal language of sight.
The Progressive brain seems to have more of these screwup induced and accepted.
It has to do with feminization since the female brain is more about verbal language.
It also explains many of their bizarre beliefs that fail the universal visual photon-neuron standards.
You can now both agree on red, based on each of you able to point out other objects, with the same color, since these would also trigger the same neurons and activate the original memories in both of you.
Is my definition of red yours too?
Note that I could have stated: "Your grey is my red." or "Your red is my grey." it means the same thing.