Originally posted by TheAssociate
Why do guys have nipples?
Why does Hawaii have interstates?
Why do we call it a hot water heater?
Why do you drive on a parkway and park on a driveway?
I could go on, but I think that's enough to count as my annoying deed for the day.
Nice set of questions, I never said I'll guarantee a correct answer, but I did encourage them, so here we go:
- In the beginning God created lot's of cool things and for the pièce de résistance God created a human. Man was a prototype for a perfect creation
(which is woman), after all to get things spot on you need to have a prototype
some of the features in human 2.0 were present in undeveloped form
in human 1.0, hence the nipples. Other useless features were abandoned. Now that's where it gets complicated and unclear. The perfect creation was
achieved in Eve, but why the prototype was not abandoned I am not absolutely sure. Perhaps God thought that man species will get extinct anyway, so
not point to waste divine energy. But women species formed a symbiotic relationship with man species and the rest you guys know - wars, floods, crimes
of passion, and so on. Why Eve oh why?
- Hawaii is the place of singularity of time and space. Pretty much like Bermudas. Interstates are called so because these roads do cross other states
for a very short distance (approaching zero in length) and then curve back to Hawaii. You can test it by stopping very sharply at any of them. But you
must not skid; the acceleration should approach negative infinity values in order to breach the thin gravitational barrier between the two points in
space. In other words, the naming of things lost its former purpose. Now we give names for completely different reasons. The naming reasons for the
roads in Hawaii are not of geographic nature but of political and financial nature. Whoever pays for the construction also gets to name the road. In
case of the roads it was true in USA ever since 1956. This rule should apply pretty much to any naming of roads, buildings and things, i.e. you get
what you pay for.
- The hot water heater naming problem is partially related to the previous problem. Tautology is a powerful tool of programming humans. This is a very
small part of toolkit in the arsenal of neuro-linguistic programming. By using tautological statements in the name of anything, the controller creates
a micro loop in the brain processing of the subject. Because human brain is a quantum system, the laws of quantum physics therefore apply. Well, they
are not really laws, but merely models that attempt to describe the reality, but let's not get pedantic now. Thus the reason for this naming is known
only to the controller. It is impossible to analyse the effects of this programming by the subjects, since the subject's thinking and the entire
existence freezes for a very brief moment in time. The good analogy could be a code debugging, code cannot be aware of the fact that it is being
- Final question relates to the previous two. These questions make we worry about your state of mind. it is possible that a defect was formed in your
hardware (which is usually self correcting) and the parts of your code is accessing memory addresses it should not. Usually, when this happens, your
code exchanges corrupted data via its interfaces with the other parts of the code in the Matrix and is eventually detected by the operating system of
the Matrix. Such detection usually results in abnormal code termination. I say usually, because in rare cases, code remains untouchable by the
operating system until the termination of the OS itself. Analogy in computing would be zombie process, root kit type of the process, virus, OS memory
leak, etc. In other words, this is yet another example of neuro-linguistic programming, similar to that mentioned in "1984" novel in a simplified
form, such as "war is peace", "Freedom is Slavery". The idea, taking the computing analogy, is to create a wrapper or an adaptor, a proxy
environment for a specific piece of code (i.e. you) which gives the impression to the code that it performs one task interfacing with one environment,
whereas in reality the code performs a different task interfacing with different environment. Virtual reality, TV information download, and many other
aspects of our lives are all examples of this process.