posted on Feb, 25 2006 @ 07:58 PM
I'm probably not the smartest person in the world, but I'm pretty sure that if reality is some type of program then it wouldn't be all that
hard to keep things from crashing. Here's how - 99% of everything could be the program...probably even all of us. That would explain why it's so
difficult for people to get out (because you're not real). You don't need a massive network of humans/animals/whatever interacting, you only need
one object interacting with a grand construct. If you have 5 humans/animals/whatever all experiencing the same reality program, but they have no
communication and effect on each other's reality program then it would drastically drop the chances of them discovering a way out much less the
program itself. Also, what if the only "real" object experiencing this reality program is a dog? Or a starving orphan in 3rd world country who
barely has time to ponder such things? By my theory, finding the "real" object and interacting with it is about as good as we're going to get.
P.S. Sorry if I killed anyone's hopes of being "The One" because what I proposed would balance out the Matrix.
[edit on 2/25/2006 by MMP]