posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 12:13 AM
I've been thinking a lot about this recently, for personal reasons. The brain is a living computer, and stores images, info, and audio. Apparently
there is also a continuous piece of neural film recording the entirety of life, aka the subconscious mind. This is a sophisticated design, implying
the need for a sophisticated designer.
Now, if there is a designer, it is highly likely that this designer created his/her design intentionally to interface with an external base of some
kind. I mean, what would be the purpose of a computer with which one could not communicate (transfer) information? Can you imagine a desktop/laptop
with no interface capabilities?...no CD/DVD tray, no USB, no firewire . . . nothing? what would be the point?
However, the casing for this organic computer (the human being) would need to not
be focused on the fact that everything thought, said, or done
was being uploaded to some remote server, else the true and normal personality would be impaired, and observation by some higher power would not yield
authentic results. Sort of like the difference of how one may act in a controlled environment like a classroom, versus the same person living it up in
the apparent freedom of a bar or party, or even at home.
I like how the Merovingian refuted Morpheus: "Choice is an illusion, created between those with power and those without." If our electricity-based
computer brains were created by a higher intellect who didn't want us to know this, would they turn right around and tell us that fact? And why
wouldn't this same computer be accessible to someone other than us? Perhaps this knowledge got into the wrong hands over time and has now become an
issue, of sorts . .
Yet -- ultimately -- Neo solved the final conflict by a matter of "choice".