It is obvious you don't. Most people don't.
I do have question for you.
Generally, that which exists which can be directly perceived (seen, heard, felt, tasted, or smelled) and which is studied by the physical sciences is called physical existence. Those things which cannot be directly perceived or deduced from that evidence is not considered physical.
Of course no one is required to used those terms, and you may not, or may not think there is a difference.
My question is, do you consider your own conscious experience physical? I do not mean the cause of the experience, but the actual experience itself.
If you are a behaviorist you many not believe there actually is a conscious experience, in which case the question will have no meaning to you. If that is the case, that should be your answer.
The reason I'm asking is because you frequently make arguments that are obviously based on your own unique view of things. Knowing what that view is will make your questions and arguments easier to understand.