reply to post by Rocketman7
Well lets make one. Let's make a simulated reality so we will take this aquarium tank here and put it on our desk "clunk" and we will get our helpers
to mix us up a batch of Jello with a concoction of high tech
chemicals, some of which are sensitive to light and when hit with a laser on certain frequency will cause that molecule to emit red photons and when
hit with a different frequency it will omit a blue photon, and so then from physics we can depict the red shift and the blue shift and since we are
not astronomers, we are nut-cases, so we want a green shift too!
We insist on fairness between the color groups (publish or perishhhh...) since by using red green and blue we can mix them to create any color,
providing we use zero as the first possible color value so that 3 portions of zero amount of red or blue or green will make pure black. A full and
complete portion of red green and blue will give pure white.
So the Jello is mixing, and (wiping crap off side of aquarium while continuing to speak) and we will set up our superfast laser array around the
aquarium now. Hmmmm..... superfast laser array....superfast laser array...did you guys no they haven't seen it. Well lets suppose then we take a
flexible sheet of LCD monitor type material, wrap the aquarium like so... and the LCD crystals will emit a signal, one pixel on the left side a beam
of light and we will be sure to somehow focus that beam into a laser, or at least a small enough beam that when another pixel fies on the other two
sides they will meet where we want to light up a pixel in 3 D space.
Except now we see that in order for anyone to actually be in there we need to not use pixels but the atoms in the Jello.
We can put man on the moon, we can build a laser array of this variety. And we excite an atom it glows and all together we make a holographic display
in a physical 3D space time.
But thats not anything at all like being there.
But that's ok at least we have sight. So we can model what things will look like in this new Matrix of ours.
So then we model various things using this hologram tech we then put our trusted assistants to work writing sense data. And we make that easy by
dissecting their brains and obtaining snips of actual sense data and then just cut and past and reverse engineer the functions and then just write a
computer program that will create sense data scripts.
We will attach our scripts now to the recorded simulated data inside the aquarium and play back both after we put on our Persinger Helmets.
However tests have shown that if, your own body is not linked physically with the forces, you may get car sick, sea sick, that sort of thing because
your inner ear and your eyesight work together to give you a sense of equilibrium and balance.
didn't make it.
So the helmet needs an upgrade.
You see if you use the matrix and interface with it with your mind, and if then you are merely sending thoughts to the OS, and it is using the ram and
has simulation capabilities built in, then as you imagine, the Matrix OS can feed that data through the consciousness link.
And you get a funny taste in your mouth or you can remember a smell, and then you can get good at it so that you can imagine what touch feels like and
then put all those thoughts together into a real-time false memory day dream, and you are off like Peter Pan. The extent of which depends on the OS
and how much of the blanks it can or will fill in using its simulation programming. If you have things categorized into groups, or again objects and
include a group of processes that are interlinked in to a group object then on the fly just through practice and feedback reference objects, the
Matrix executes the functions in those objects for you, allows you, to use it's ram. Enter Neo.
edit on 20-6-2012 by Rocketman7 because: (no reason given)