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Matrix Reloaded?

I love gadget, technology, protocols, anything and everything.I keep thinking things for no reason. When I saw matrix I wasn't exactly watching a movie, my brain was relating all the things I have ever done and learnt till now -- programming, coding, AI, database,Philosophy watever! My brain was combining the things together to come to a conclusion that yeah Matrix is real. Thanks for MATRIX movie that is surely ignites many philosophical questions.

We all have experienced a pulse which asks us whether we are a part of world or not... i mean you blink eye and you think "Why am i doing it? Its all going to end one day? etc " that feeling that makes you experience the NULL(the Emptyness), what is it? Well that thing makes you believe rather YOUR BRAIN believe that yeah, I am nothing... VIRTUAL REALITY rite? or you want to say REAL VIRTUAL REALITY! We all have seen virtual games, spcl effects etc... if our mind can actually think it is real why cant WORLD BE UNREAL?

Observe it: You play a virtual reality game, get totally involved.. forget that you are playing
game...put 100% of U.. DONT FOCUS ANYWHERE BUT THE SCREEN and game... your brain will start behaving naturally.Similarly, if you take whole WORLD/LIFE as a game, as in, you start believing that WORLD is actually nothing but UNREAL SET.. some fantastic special effect, set of stage programs etc... then?

How do you know or rather how will you TESTIFY your existence???

Nowadays, you have machines working, robotic arms for medical assistance, you have automated macros to actually perform repetitive tasks. Combine our existing knowledge we can actually think of world as a MATRIX..isn't it?
For instance if you know programming, and basic working of a chip, can't you modify the code? Or can't you put the macro to work? Its just matter of some codes rite?




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