Sense and persense

A distinction is made between sensation and perception. The raw data before it is processed or transmitted to the brain is sense data. the processed data after it is processed by the brain is persense data (a term I coined). Persense data explains a lot about, for example, optical illusions, loss of night vision or unnoticed degradation of hearing.

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