"Seeing" requires more than
just considering your eyes
and saying "apply them".
"Seeing" means taking note
of ALL the details by using
an appendage of the eyeballs
sometimes referred to as the brain.
In the released tape recordings of Alice v. CLS(here)
Justice Breyer claims to see the whole picture
as being nothing more than:
(1) King Tut's pile of gold and chits
(2) An abacus-using man
(3) And the abstract idea of Mom yelling "Stop!" (if you C# where he is going with that).
That indeed is comical
but at the same time dishonest
and disrespectful of the full list
of patents and claims involved
and of the specific details of
their complex and detailed disclosures.
At times in the audio tape (link also above)
we can hear the Justices nervously laughing
at the admittedly complex geek flowcharts.
[post incomplete and still under construction]