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Old 01-19-2011, 08:06 PM
realworldmatrix realworldmatrix is offline
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Default The Real World Matrix


Since the movie THE MATRIX was released in 1999, the word Matrix
has come to mean a trap or web ...a technological program of slavery
and control. Although you may sense this is true, most people don't know
"what it is". The reason you don't know is because you have never been
shown the Real-World matrix. For instance, the Movies are (most likely)
named after a Mathematical Program created in 1958 by Wassily Leontief.

Who was Wassily Leontief?

Leontief was born in Munich, Germany in the year 1905.

He was a mathematician who used an 81x81matrix of quadratic equations
to solve for every variable of input and output data in the United
States economy. For this he won a Nobel Prize. Since that time...
a basis software program was created and runs inside the IRS and
global banking computers.

That program is called the LEONTIEF MATRIX:
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This Mathematical Matrix is about an energy transfer using current-See
and your Account-ability. Therefore; banking becomes the primary
[accounting] business on the Planet and involves regulation by
treaties and global agreements.

These agreements create the rules that control most of the details of
your life...where/when you work; how you get food, water and energy to use.

Remember--Neo was told he was born a slave and most people when shown
the Real Matrix; they do the same thing that Neo did....they either
reject it or want to revolt.

But, THE MATRIX was not about remaining a slave and Revolution was/is
not the Solution. THE MATRIX movies were about changing the agreement
and then separating from THE MATRIX in peace.

And that is people must do, CHANGE.

Neo could "see" his condition because he saw the Matrix for exactly
what it is. Agent Smith was the dark side of Neo...the egotistical-selfish
side...with a massive "look at me; it's my world" attitude. In the end,
Neo had to destroy that ego. He had to destroy his own anger and the
"me" attitude that threatened to tear down the World.

Neo had to accept his "Smith" and overcome himself (Smith) for the
greater good of Zion. Neo opted for peaceful co-existence so that
both peoples; Zion and the Machine-World would survive and not be destroyed.

And....This is what you must do. The real-world controls come from
your own agreements, and contracts/treaties, which form the rules
and laws. As Morpheus told Neo, the Matrix is governed by rules,
and being "plugged-in" you are bound by those rules.

SO...the solution is knowledge and then acceptance to forge NEW Agreements.
It's an "in-coded" system and you must "see the codes" to get free.

Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars:

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Old 02-05-2011, 10:02 AM
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i am not a big fan of the matrix films i find them to be quit boring
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Old 02-14-2011, 02:20 AM
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The first film The Matrix (the sequels had potential) is a brilliant film, not just for its special effects and whatever else that goes to making a great film (acting etc etc), but because it was able to incorporate certain historically philosophical ideals like Idealism - the philosophical theory which maintains that experience is ultimately based on mental activity; proponents included Berkeley, Kant and Leibniz (creator of the matrix in mathematics???). Others like Rene Descartes was a brilliant mathematician ('created' the Cartesian Coordinate System in Mathematics) and had a profound impact on several others, including authors. Interested readers might want to read Descartes' Meditations (a paradigm in philosophical thought at the time, although it might be a little hard to stomach today).

Descartes' work Meditations had a profound impact on several famous writers like Lewis Carroll ("Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"; remember the many references to this classic in the film The Matrix?). Carroll later wrote "Through the Looking-Glass And What Alice Found There". Remember the scene when Neo in the Matrix is in an 'Alice in Wonderland' type setting and approaches a mirror after agreeing to commit. Just another point on Lewis Carroll (not an Idealist, I think); he excelled in advanced mathematical logic. Several of those Idealists mentioned earlier were brilliant in other fields too, like Mathematics. Who created the matrix in mathematics? Leibniz or Descartes??? Two mathematicians, I thought, fought over the rights.

Back to Descartes. He wrote a dream argument in which a subject has no reason to suspect that his experience is anything other than the real world when he/she is in a dream state. DiCaprio's latest film touches on this subject too. Descarte coined the famous "I think therefore I am" statement, which is said to be a statement that cannot be proved wrong or that this statement would be the ultimate and the only way to conclusively prove that you are in existence (think about it for a minute). If you think, you must be! Back then it was thought to be 'truer' than a mathematical statement like 3+3=6!! Don't agree with this myself. Geometry and Mathematics would take precedence.

And for some Matrix quotes: "follow the white rabbit (into the rabbit hole..)"
Morpheus: "Your mind makes it real"
Neo: "If you're killed in the matrix, you die here?"
Morpheus: "The body cannot live without the mind" (wonder what Descartes, Kant and Leibniz would have thought?!)
Agent Jones: "Only human"
Morpheus: "You've been living in a dream world, Neo"
Morpheus: "What is "real"? How do you define 'real' "?.
Morpheus: "I imagine that right now, you're feeling a bit like Alice. Hmm? Tumbling down the rabbit hole?"
Morpheus: "I see it in your eyes. You have the look of a man who accepts what he sees because he is expecting to wake up. Ironically, that's not far from the truth".
Agent Smith: "It seems that you've been living two lives.....One of these lives has a future, and one of them does not". (this is a really clever line in the context of the film!)
My favorite quote is from Cypher: "...fasten your seat belt Dorothy 'cause Kansas is going bye-bye"......just threw this one in!

quotes from the film 'The Matrix'
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Old 02-14-2011, 08:08 AM
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i just dont see any type of theory that can sway me into becoming a matrix fan
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