kmguru Provide an example about fundamentals...use an example between a blind man and a person with eyes. Since I was talking about gravity, I'll presume you are addressing me. The blind man or sighted climbs a ladder, jumps off, and calculates their rate of fall. Low it is the same. The both attempt to superimpose solid objects, results the same. They both have a fundamental reality which they can investigate and cross correlate formally or informally. People do this all the time and come to basic agreement on the working fundamental reality. kmguru How the reality is same for both? There is just the one and it is the foundation upon which all else is based. kmguru The experience of reality is the crux of the matter. No experience is just an effect. Reality is persistent whether or not the effect of experience is noticed, understood or appreciated for what it is. The importance of experience is personal, not fundamental. kmguru are there degrees of truth that can or can not be expressed within the context of the limitation of a human mind? Um, of course? But I'm not sure your question is conveying your intent. Can or can not doesn't leave out much and then what it might miss is swept up by degrees. On top of that the context of the limitation of a human mind is a pretty low bar for truth.