When ever I get bored or feel over whelmed I like to retreat to my room to think and just be with myself, well last night I realised something that truly perplexes me. It's pitch black in my room, I have no window, the hall that my door opens into, has no windows, and their wasn't much light outside anyway. Yet no matter what I can still touch the tips of my pointer fingers together. I can't see my own hands, I can't feel them until after they've made contact, and I certainly can't taste, hear , or smell them. How can I continue to do this over and over? Try it, go to a completely dark space and spread your arms completely apart, and touch your 2 pointer fingers together, put one hand behind your back and one hand in front, and do it again. No matter where your hands start they will always easily find each other. (Mine did at least) After thinking about it all day, I see no other explanation that my mind is somehow aware of the location of my hands. I know that doesn't sound like much, but hear me out. Of course your mind controls everything your hands do so it will always know the "relative" location via the eyes. That is it will always know where your hand is in relation to other objects that you can visibly see. But I cannot visibly see either of my hands, therefore my mind must realize the location of both hands relative to each other also known as the "absolute" location of your hands without reliance on any of the known senses. Weird huh? If anyone can explain, please do.