Given that the thing is immaterial (and if ideas are immaterial why do they matter so much - but that is a linguistic aside).
I know some posters will come back with an argument that you can grasp an idea because you can see brain states but that is the representation and not the content. And how can you be sure that a set of electrical charges and a neural network in one brain mean the same thing in another brain?
Completely different constitutions of course but I cannot help wondering whether a trial of Boris Johnson and Ress-Mogg that found that they had mislead the Queen and misused public funds would send them down for thirteen years?
Have had a couple of weird dreams after eating a handful or two of Goji berries, one involved arriving at a flat that apparently was home...by tricycle...to find a Yale lock on the entrance door at forty five degrees and nothing inside but damp broken chipboard.
'The Viet Cong Russian roulette scenes were shot in with real rats and mosquitoes, as the three principals (De Niro, Walken, and Savage) were tied up in bamboo cages erected along the River Kwai. The woman who was given the task of casting the extras in Thailand had much difficulty finding a local to play the vicious-looking individual who runs the game. The first actor hired turned out to be incapable of slapping De Niro in the face. The casting agent then found a local Thai man with a particular dislike of Americans, and so cast him. De Niro suggested that Walken be slapped by one of the guards without any warning. The reaction on Walken's face was genuine.
a) The Lib Dems realise they have no chance of winning Streatham or they have done a deal with Labour? b) The Conservative vote is expected to collapse in the constituency most likely to be monetarily and employment wise affected by Brexit, No Deal or otherwise, thus putting the Lib Dems in an ideal position to gain the seat? c) The Lib Dems are either desperate to find a home for Chuka or want to see him fail but not by too much?