I honestly don't know at this point. From what I read on the internet, pretty much every other autist here can "visualise" everything like they're comic book genius who imagines a machine, then breaks it down to the nuts and bolts, then makes the nuts and bolts rotate as he looks at the machine's compenents. Some take it further and don't have that in their head, but actually "see" an actual, "tangible" image in front of them, the way schizos have hallucinations. What I wonder is why none of these super-ultra-uber geniuses don't do anything that us mere mortals can't obviosuly do with our subpar IQs and souls. If you can do that, I assume you're able to do something better than the rest of the world.
Honestly, I don't know. I can play a song in my head. I "hear" it, but it's not the same as actually having the PC play it. I can have a discussion with myself. I can read a book and do so with say, Fassbender's voice. I can visualise an apple or a description. But these images feel as if they're at the back of my head. I'm sitting in front of the computer, right? I can imagine a, say, trumpet, between me and the screen. But I'm not actually, right now, literally seeing the trumpet before me. According to some, they can do exactly that. The trumpet "materializes". I don't know. Sometimes I think with voices. Sometimes it's easier to just think in basic abstract terms, or to read a textbook without hearing the words.
I just. Don't. Know. I don't know what imagination truly is, I don't know what the internal voice is, whatever. I just disregard it and assume there's some other "state" on the "visualization scale" or something that I'm simply not at.>>12080969
When I close my eyes there's just darkness. My imagination works the same. I can imagine whatever I want, but still, it's seen with my "mind's eye", it's somewhere in the "back of my head". I don't understand.