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Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?

 
zion83n6
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Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
On a window? On a wall? Or anywhere?

My sighting occured sometime diring 2007.

It was on a window. Nearly the same as depicted in the films.
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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
I saw it strewn across a lake late at night. I've never seen the movie The Matrix, but I recognized this pattern instantly from seeing the commercials for the movie.

It seems like nobody will take me seriously when I tell them that I saw it.
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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
On a window? On a wall? Or anywhere?

My sighting occured sometime diring 2007.

It was on a window. Nearly the same as depicted in the films.
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Explain. Codes are needed only if you are dreaming and there is no reality.
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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
the last time i was on mushrooms everything was covered in (or rather, made of) lines of text... but i couldnt read it.. and believe me i tried... for like an hour... haha.
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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
On a window? On a wall? Or anywhere?

My sighting occured sometime diring 2007.

It was on a window. Nearly the same as depicted in the films.
 Quoting: zion83n6


Explain. Codes are needed only if you are dreaming and there is no reality.
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2007 - I was very sick after chemtrail exposure - had a terrible cold/respiratory infection - felt like I was dying - sweating buckets all night - woke up in middle of night and saw streaming lines of letters/symbols just like in the Matrix but I don't remember the color. I felt I was looking at the base material/substrate of the Universe/hologram.
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A feeling of the weft and weight of reality. A personal sense of competence at intuiting the underlying meanings to observed patterns. A confident knowledge of greater things underlying the phenomena.

the process not the product
the disease not the symptom

this is the matrix to me.
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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
Sometimes one can see the fysical processes of the body projected.
Like the bloodforces of the eye for instance.
It can be verything.
OP need to ground, not speculate and float away.
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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
I HAVE SEEN THAT!!!

No shit, I saw that matrix code just as plain as day!!!


It was about two weeks ago....

On that thing that pops up on laptop computers.

When I was watching "The Matrix" with that dude from "Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure"

Have you seen that?

Fucken rocken movie.


All "wild stalyions" and shit, even had George Carlin in it, you ever heard of that guy? Funny as hell...
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I completely believe in the bible so I have NO IDEA why I saw this.

But back in February the TV I was watching flashed to the Matrix code for a few seconds then shut off.

I have never been able to explain it. And I still don't believe we are in the Matrix or anything.
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I completely believe in the bible so I have NO IDEA why I saw this.

But back in February the TV I was watching flashed to the Matrix code for a few seconds then shut off.

I have never been able to explain it. And I still don't believe we are in the Matrix or anything.
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But I do like the movie and think it has amazing symbolism which is why it is my Avatar.
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I've seen mine while I was shrooming back in Jan. 30, 2008. I was in the bathroom, washing my hands when I looked up at the ceiling and seen in, multicolored, a bunch of binary code swimming across the room. yeah...
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It is the way rain runs down the back windshield of cars, I call it DIGITAL RAIN! abduct
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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
Forget codes.

The bad news is, there is no key to the univers !

The good news is, GOD let the door open !



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If the bible is too boring for you, sorry. Hell will be much worse. There is no party, no company, no light, just fire. And you will remember what I said forever. So sorry.


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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
Despite being utterly unable to even begin thinking about how to consider what real even means, the everyday average rational person would probably assign this to the sovereign realm of unemployable philosophy majors or under the Whatever, Who Cares? or Oh, That’s Interesting I Gotta Go Now! categories. Okay fine, but on the other side of the intellectual coin, vis-à-vis recent technological advancement, of late it’s actually being seriously considered by serious people using big words they’ve learned at endless college whilst collecting letters after their names and doin’ research and writin’ and gettin’ association memberships and such.

So… why now?

Well, basically, it’s getting hard to ignore.
It’s not a new topic, it’s been hammered by philosophy and religion since like, thought happened. But now it’s getting some actual real science to stir things up. And it’s complicated, occasionally obtuse stuff — theories are spread out across various disciplines, and no one’s really keeping a decent flowchart.

So, what follows is an effort to encapsulate these ideas, and that’s daunting — it’s incredibly difficult to focus on writing when you’re wondering if you really have fingers or eyes. Along with links to some articles with links to some papers, what follows is Anthrobotic’s CliffsNotes on the intersection of physics, computer science, probability, and evidence for/against reality being real (and how that all brings us back to well, God).
You know, light fare.

First — Maybe we know how the universe works: Fantastically simplified, as our understanding deepens, it appears more and more the case that, in a manner of speaking, the universe sort of “computes” itself based on the principles of quantum mechanics. Right now, humanity’s fastest and sexiest supercomputers can simulate only extremely tiny fractions of the natural universe as we understand it (contrasted to the macro-scale inferential Bolshoi Simulation). But of course we all know the brute power of our computational technology is increasing dramatically like every few seconds, and even awesomer, we are learning how to build quantum computers, machines that calculate based on the underlying principles of existence in our universe — this could thrust the game into superdrive. So, given ever-accelerating computing power, and given than we can already simulate tiny fractions of the universe, you logically have to consider the possibility: If the universe works in a way we can exactly simulate, and we give it a shot, then relatively speaking what we make ceases to be a simulation, i.e., we’ve effectively created a new reality, a new universe (ummm… God?). So, the question is how do we know that we haven’t already done that? Or, otherwise stated: what if our eventual ability to create perfect reality simulations with computers is itself a simulation being created by a computer? Well, we can’t answer this — we can’t know. Unless…
[New Scientist’s Special Reality Issue]
[link to www.newscientist.com]

Second — Maybe we see it working: The universe seems to be metaphorically “pixelated.” This means that even though it’s a 50 billion trillion gajillion megapixel JPEG, if we juice the zooming-in and drill down farther and farther and farther, we’ll eventually see a bunch of discreet chunks of matter, or quantums, as the kids call them — these are the so-called pixels of the universe. Additionally, a team of lab coats at the University of Bonn think they might have a workable theory describing the underlying lattice, or existential re-bar in the foundation of observable reality (upon which the “pixels” would be arranged). All this implies, in a way, that the universe is both designed and finite (uh-oh, getting closer to the God issue). Even at ferociously complex levels, something finite can be measured and calculated and can, with sufficiently hardcore computers, be simulated very, very well. This guy Rich Terrile, a pretty serious NASA scientist, sites the pixelation thingy and poses a video game analogy: think of any first-person shooter — you cannot immerse your perspective into the entirety of the game, you can only interact with what is in your bubble of perception, and everywhere you go there is an underlying structure to the environment. Kinda sounds like, you know, life — right? So, what if the human brain is really just the greatest virtual reality engine ever conceived, and your character, your life, is merely a program wandering around a massively open game map, playing… well, you?
[Lattice Theory from the U of Bonn]
[link to www.technologyreview.com]

Thirdly — Turns out there’s a reasonable likelihood: While the above discussions on the physical properties of matter and our ability to one day copy & paste the universe are intriguing, it also turns out there’s a much simpler and straightforward issue to consider: there’s this annoyingly simplistic yet valid thought exercise posited by Swedish philosopher/economist/futurist Nick Bostrum, a dude way smarter that most humans. Basically he says we’ve got three options: 1. Civilizations destroy themselves before reaching a level of technological prowess necessary to simulate the universe; 2. Advanced civilizations couldn’t give two shits about simulating our primitive minds; or 3. Reality is a simulation. Sure, a decent probability, but sounds way oversimplified, right?
Well go read it. Doing so might ruin your day, JSYK.

Lastly — Data against is lacking: Any idea how much evidence or objective justification we have for the standard, accepted-without-question notion that reality is like, you know… real, or whatever? None. Zero. Of course the absence of evidence proves nothing, but given that we do have decent theories on how/why simulation theory is feasible, it follows that blithely accepting that reality is not a simulation is an intrinsically more radical position. Why would a thinking being think that? Just because they know it’s true? Believing 100% without question that you are a verifiably physical, corporeal, technology-wielding carbon-based organic primate is a massive leap of completely unjustified faith.
Oh, Jesus. So to speak.

If we really consider simulation theory, we must of course ask: who built the first one? And was it even an original? Is it really just turtles all the way down, Professor Hawking?

Okay, okay — that means it’s God time now
Now let’s see, what’s that other thing in human life that, based on a wild leap of faith, gets an equally monumental evidentiary pass? Well, proving or disproving the existence of god is effectively the same quandary posed by simulation theory, but with one caveat: we actually do have some decent scientific observations and theories and probabilities supporting simulation theory. That whole God phenomenon is pretty much hearsay, anecdotal at best. However, very interestingly, rather than negating it, simulation theory actually represents a kind of back-door validation of creationism. 
Here's the simple logic:
If humans can simulate a universe, humans are it’s creator.
Accept the fact that linear time is a construct.
The process repeats infinitely.
We’ll build the next one.
The loop is closed.

God is us.

Heretical speculation on iteration
Even wonder why older polytheistic religions involved the gods just kinda setting guidelines for behavior, and they didn’t necessarily demand the love and complete & total devotion of humans? Maybe those universes were 1st-gen or beta products. You know, like it used to take a team of geeks to run the building-sized ENIAC, the first universe simulations required a whole host of creators who could make some general rules but just couldn’t manage every single little detail.

Now, the newer religions tend to be monotheistic, and god wants you to love him and only him and no one else and dedicate your life to him. But just make sure to follow his rules, and take comfort that your’re right and everyone else is completely hosed and going to hell. The modern versions of god, both omnipotent and omniscient, seem more like super-lonely cosmically powerful cat ladies who will delete your ass if you don’t behave yourself and love them in just the right way. So, the newer universes are probably run as a background app on the iPhone 26, and managed by… individuals. Perhaps individuals of questionable character???
We live in a simulation.
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Yes I have, on several occasions.

I am Neo, I created the Matrix.
In the beginning I created the Heavens and the Earth.
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The Lord, I am your God
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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
yup in a dream with intense buzzing in my right ear.

it was hebrew torah writing though...
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you think those are ants? its just energy...
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Re: Have anyone of you ever seen the Matrix Code in real life?
After all this time I'm surprised it wasn't just me. To share further info prior to seeing the code:

I was having meth withdrawal at time. Before this I didn't believe in the Matrix. It was just another movie. The symptoms were just horrid. I had slept maybe only one day in a month and time just seemed to stretch. One day would feel like a year. That's how bad my perception was. Whatever hallucinations I may have had during that time seeing the cascade of code (it was a clear day) on the window, me trying to get up and touch it, yet being overwhelmed into sleep, finally. That was real.

There was something else too btw. During that agonizing sleepless time I was secreting something from my ear. It felt like acid on my skin. My skin would end up absorbing it or it dried instantly just leaving a burning sensation.

Well thanks to all of you who shared your stories and/or incredulous remarks.hf

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