This question is difficult for me to phrase because I’m not a science person, but I’ll try my best.
If I understand correctly, the reason we perceive reality the way we do is because of the brain transforming quantum wave patterns into electrochemical neurotransmitters. However, as we also know it is possible to experience an alternate perception of reality, for example while dreaming or under the influence of a hallucinogenic drug.
So then my question is, how do we know that what we consider normal consciousness is the ‘correct’ perception of reality? Is it possible that, under what we would consider normal circumstances, our brains are wired in such a manner that we perceive reality in a false way?