Ok so I was sitting by my computer, and I suddenly thought "um this image I am seeing when I look at the monitor, or the sounds of cars I hear outside, where are they in the physical world exactly?" To better explain, let's think about it logically.. What components are part of creating this image I am seeing with my eyes? 1. You have the outside world, the particles, then the photons bouncing around and on my retina. 2. You have my brain, and the chemical and biological workings inside that brain, which makes my brain "see" this image. But where is the image itself? How can we say everything is physical, when the image itself can not be seen physically. We can only see hints of it. We can even describe the universe down to the smallest string or particle, yet the image itself, the first person experience of me seeing with my eyes, can not be seen in the phsical world. Or can it?