I was arguing with a friend over whether reality is objective or subjective. He says subjective, because of the double-slit experiment, and that reality changes depending on whether we observe it or not, so it only exists in our minds.
I know this is right.. But something still seems off to me.
I said, well math is objective. But then he said that no, math is relative depending to where we are. In a black hole, math is different from on earth.
So reality changes... depending on our location... Yes? No?
I'm confused. I'm trying to write an essay on objective versus subjective reality, but I just keep getting mind-fucked.
And yes, I've read some articles on LessWrong on this topic, but I couldn't exactly find one that fit my question completely. :/