There is a reason I described the user and the computer. I think it is very similar to what our reality is actually like. And if you are willing to step outside of normal science you can actually see the detail of experiments that show exactly what I am talking about. Let me go over some history in science to make my point.
"In the 1920s Harvard University psychologist William McDougall did experiments for 15 years in which rats learned to escape from a tank. The first generation of rats averaged 200 mistakes before they learned the right way out; the last generation 20 mistakes. McDougall concluded that, contrary to accepted genetic science, such acquired knowledge could be inherited."http://www.co-intelligence.org/P-moreon ... cflds.html
McDougall assumed incorrectly that the only way rats could learn generation to generation was from inheritance. His data showed Larmarkian transfer of knowledge if you accepted his assumptions. His experiment took twenty years to run so things were a mess in evolutionary circles until:
"In later efforts to duplicate McDougall's experiments in Australia, similar rats made fewer mistakes right from the start. Later generations of rats did better even when they were not descendants of the earlier rats. This wasn't genetics at work. It was something else. Nobody tested it further."http://www.co-intelligence.org/P-moreon ... cflds.html
The whole reason of the experiment was to disprove Larmarkian transfer of knowledge. The second experiment did just that. But the details were very interesting for those interested in things outside of evolutionary theory. The experiment was done in the sixties yet the rats started where the rats of the 1920's left off. And the rats of the sixties were not descendants of the earlier experiment. So how did the rats learn with no direct biological connection and spanning a period of forty years? And how was it that the control rats that did not grow up in the maze were fast like like the ones that did grow up generation to generation in the maze?
I will propose that knowledge is common among a species because that knowledge rest outside of the brain in some undetected realm of existence. Those who don't like this line of reasoning are free to propose alternative explanations.
From my studies this is as close to proof of the spiritual realm I have come across. I thought I would post this data for those who may not be familiar with these experiments. And of course there will be those who will attack what I say but rest assured they will be unable to change the data.