So I decided to do my speech on either 'the law on drink driving in the UK is not adequate' and 'If a tree crashes down in the forest with no one to hear it does it make a sound?' The drink drive thing is kind of the back up plan incase this one isn't the right choice. I chose the tree one because I thought as a tinnitus sufferer it really relates to me, I constantly question observation and reality and what they both are and how are they actually different. So I need you guys to tell me if you ever wonder that your tinnitus relates to the whole tree thing, that you can't quite work out if its real because the idea of it is built off what we hear that no one else can, and even though this forum proves that other people have it so it must be reality but then everyones is different so how can we ever be sure? I really need these opinions as apart of my research and sources! Having peoples voices in here about how they feel about tinnitus and how that relates to is it real? Observation or reality? would be really incredible for my work I know some people will think 'but if you hear it it is reality. period' however If you think about it like this you can't help but question it. What distinguishes reality from observation aren't they the same because everyones reality is based on their observation and opinion, and also to prove something is real more than one person needs to confirm right? Or we don't know if its just us. I know this is weird but I'd really love some opinions! Thanks!!!