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Can the programme know the core

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posted on Dec, 3 2015 @ 01:10 AM

Its a simple question, can the programme know the core or its source? We know it can give data about any given
subject, but does it really know what its talking about? All programmes at the end of the day, may just be like our old
cassette tapes blurbing out sounds and noises. Self aware machines are just that machines that are aware of their own
acts and the environment,they may be able to organise data and make sense out of that data. but what do they know about the core/source? I am sure a programme could pretend to know almost everything that has been said and give the impression of being the source. For me, only the core can know the core but I may just be one of those programme parrots.

posted on Dec, 3 2015 @ 02:19 AM
A Computer program cannot know its source.
The reason is simple:

Because the idea of that program was first in someone's Mind, which is the real source.
Then the Mind directed the hands to type the code it in the whatever language was used (basic, c, ML).
The sourcecode was either Compiled or Interpreted, then the program could be Runned.

What the Program can tell you is everything what his source has written about itself. But this is not knowing. its just reading out data.
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posted on Dec, 3 2015 @ 02:25 AM
a reply to: ancientthunder

Perhaps if the "program" was a part of the core, it could know its creator

posted on Dec, 3 2015 @ 02:31 AM
And even The Core, or the Processor (CPU) is nothing else than a Program.
It is built, differently than a program (or software), but it runs on the same principles.
thats one of the reasons why they call it HardWare.
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posted on Dec, 3 2015 @ 01:11 PM
Yes this is true, but please try and remember this is a metaphor in place to compare with Humans.a reply to: Hombre

posted on Dec, 3 2015 @ 01:32 PM
yes in a way i have answered the both.

if you dare to look on this:

God cannot be seen with bodily eyes. his realm is knowledge.
when he created his son, he had an idea of his son. by giving him live and love god is having him.

now the son, have the same power to create, as his father. the son somehow made an idea of self creating self.
this self is the son's ego. the ego was made to perceive things, to see.
this seeing then created the material world, but it cannot see the god's world, because knowledge cannot be seen but known.

so in this way, the program, which is the ego, cannot see his source, it was programmed to see and not to know.
To see, ego needed a body, and it convinced you to mistake yourself with the body.

because the ego was made out of love, and unlike how the son's father created, it is fear.

if you are fearfull, then only because you do not know god. but that is another story.

So methaphoricaly, looking on the answers above:

God is the Mind.
Son is the Core.
Ego and this world are the Program, which are running in Time.

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posted on Dec, 4 2015 @ 02:36 AM
yes it can in my opinion. But it depends on us/programme and how we develop our own code for correct relationship with the core.

But only in the context of humans or intelligent entities that can be self-aware and think. So in case of computer logic this fails due to limits of the program and hardware. But we are without limits, we can create our own thoughts. Programs cannot create anything outside of the design by themselves.

If we are part of the core than that would mean the core is already in us and IS us and we only have to design our code to be accepting and willing to open up to updates from the core. But that would mean that the core takes control of the programme and that is scary thought as it means death in a way. But this is just a bug in our code which can be patched with effort. because all the time all the while the core is in control and we only think that we are separated programme. Updates happen also all the time but they are ignored or put aside due to buggy code in the programme. So sometimes a crash happens in order to bot the system/programme up again with more willingness for correct updates.

posted on Dec, 4 2015 @ 03:18 AM
It all boils down to what is standing in the way of the core as long as the core is present then there is a way.
a reply to: UniFinity

posted on Dec, 4 2015 @ 04:40 AM
a reply to: ancientthunder

yes, like a magnet ... core and programme are merging with attraction strong only as much as programme allows it.


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