In message <3739D213.40F372E4@c-realm.com>, KMO <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>Robin Faichney wrote:
>> Say you were a designer of scuba gear, and so had to think about divers'
>> immersion every day, even though you didn't dive yourself -- would you
>> then be conscious of it?
>Certainly. I'm not suggesting that our conscious awareness is or ought to be
>directed exclusively to the objects of immediate experience.
The logical consequence being that we can be conscious of things that don't exist.