Ask a frog or a housefly or a dog to describe the world around us and they’ll give you the wrong answer. The frog will talk about moving objects, the housefly will describe things repeated hundreds of times and the dog only sees in black and white.
Of course, our vision of the world is just as flawed, just as fake. We can’t see the smells, as the dog does, nor can we visualize things on the edges of the spectrum. We make up a reality based on our particular way of seeing the world.