Why haven't we observed a subjective state physically yet? I mean, we have the physical brain creating the state, and the person having the state, but we don't have the state itself. We examine the brain, all parts of it, and we get the neurons, the chemistry, everything is fine and dandy. When I am having a dream, and the brain interprets these signals into an image that I see in my head, is the image itself just a pseudo layer of reality? Is a pseudo layer even pseudo? A common example is color. Color doesn't really exist except in the mind, and minds can see the color differently too. But where is this color stored? When I have the vivid experience of reality via my senses, where does this reality keep its home? Is there really a place in the science of physics for this kind of experience, or must we look somewhere else. We can measure and predict the sound waves hitting my ear drums, being converted into signals to the brain, we can predict the light hitting my retina and then being converted into an image in my head. We can even predict the feeling of touch, from my nerves in my skin. But this doesn't grasp or contain the actual experience of these senses in the mind, it only explains the physical part. I don't know, but I wonder how this is possible.