Under the word “real” I imply everything that can be subjected to our mind’s perception and reproduction. By other words, everything is real that can be imaged. By reproducing objects or notions we determine all possibilities of their potential threats which these objects of imagination contain in themselves. Therefore, by converting anything into real we create a threat for ourselves. Here I do not want to go into scales of these threats, even though a question may arise – what kind of danger a regular daisy can represent for human being? That is a different subject of how a man can or should tackle with the daisy’s threat in order to prevent it. I just ask to note in conformation of my words that if one fails to recognise the threat and neglects its danger he/she could be poisoned by it or choked, or whatever else. But let us precede our abstract reasoning and slip into the sphere of unreal. Unreal is something what we have no idea about or something what we are not aware of and therefore we can’t imagine it and measure its potential threats. Proceeding from the above definition we can comprise that the Unreal lies above our imagination and there is no contact with it yet. So far, if there is no communication, there is no threat.