posted on Apr, 16 2015 @ 08:45 AM
Does the Matrix lose its power?
Ok, this might sound totally stupid, but since last year I have observed something strange:
I'm regularly cooking and observed that cooked food seems to cool down a lot faster than a couple of years ago. I mean really fast (otherwise I
wouldn't have noticed) - even if it was boiling just before.
Be it removing pizza from the hot oven, boiled rice from the pot, or roasted chickpeas from the pan... it doesn't matter. I got maybe 1-2 minutes to
eat and then the food is cold. The same happens to hot milk, tea, coffee. And I'm not eating in an extraordinarily cold room (common room temperature
about 21°C so).
The thing which came to my mind is that maybe the matrix simulation we live in, runs out of fuel. And now it starts to reduce simulation power from
various things, e.g. "heated" meals.
I'm not a hard believer in the matrix theory, it was more like a joke-consideration. Yet I find it strange enough to post it in here. Did someone
else experience similar?