An organism cannot understand another's conscious experiences—their thoughts and feelings. For example, a human could only use a human perspective when understanding another organism's experiences. A human could better understand another organism's experiences by using objectivity and breaking down their experiences into simple physical components. Dividing an organism's life into simple components eliminates the organism's point of view. Eliminating an organism's perspective also excludes its conscious experiences, as thoughts and feelings are subjective. While it is possible to gain a superficial understanding of another organism's experience, one organism cannot adequately understand the thoughts and feelings of another.