You're still dodging the question. This is not about where things are knowable. It's about your ambiguous language that conflates two different meanings. You've insisted that while knowledge of reality and reality itself are not the same thing, the two statements each locating these different things in the same place (a mind) are somehow saying exactly the same thing, and that there is therefore no ambiguity. That is very obviously false. Sentences that have DIFFERENT SUBJECTS - even if they are both true, and even if they locate things in the same place - are necessarily saying DIFFERENT THINGS and have DIFFERENT MEANINGS. Proof of this is given the the example I asked you about, and which you have dishonestly dodged about half a dozen times without answering. Both sentences are true, both locate things in the same place, and yet because they are talking about two different things, the two sentences have different meanings that cannot be conflated together without producing ambiguity. Again:
1) My bike is in my garage.
2) My car is in my garage.
Both true. Both speak of the same location. But they have different subjects, and therefore different meanings. Agreed? (Note that I am NOT asking about where these things exist or where they are knowable. The ONLY point at issue here is whether they have the same or different meanings.)
Strawman. Doesn't have anything to with the OP.
And if you were or are referring to anything but the truth and reality, then you are denoting something else other than what I am. In that if you are saying "QM" and you aren't referring to and denoting the truth and reality, then you are obviously denoting something else other than what I am referring to and denoting.
Therefore. your conjuring would be just a strawman.