posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 09:33 AM
Wow it's been a long time since I decided to actually post here (and I've been lurking every day for years)
Calling it the Matrix is a little off though, Simulation Theory is what I believe is happening. The theory that as a sentient race evolves, it will
inevitably attempt to create 'simulations' of life inside computers, as these simulations become more and more advanced and complex they gain a
certain intelligence. Once a civilization realizes that their simulated universe is self aware, it leads them to question whether they, themselves,
are a simulation. If our universe is a computer simulation, there are bound to be glitches and bugs that correct themselves with error correcting
I've had a few experiences, I've had the dead celebrity miraculously being alive experience. But others that are a little wackier. Like seeing the
trailer for a movie, and then not seeing a certain scene in the movie. I just figure it was cut. So I watch the deleted scenes, nothing. Ok, maybe it
was just like something they put in a trailer and never bother to actually put in the movie or the extra's. Re-watch the trailer... the scene is
The other experience, I booked movie tickets online a few weeks ago, the movie was set for the 3rd at 7:30pm. It states "One showing only" I didn't
have my card on me, so my sister booked it on hers, I wrote it down as she did it so I didn't forget the date and time. The 3rd comes, we're getting
ready to go, my sis prints the ticket from her email which was sent when we booked it. I check it just to make sure. 8:30pm ?? what? I said 7:30, they
got it wrong. So I check the site.
Only the site doesn't have a 7:30 listing. Only 2 listings for an 8:30 and 8:40. It isn't one showing only? weird. Upon closer inspection, it says
the 5th. I check my tickets. The 5th. Now I'm weirded out and everyone is looking at me like I just got it plain wrong. I check my note, 3rd and
7:30. I look to my sis for support as she was their booking them with me, she goes "I thought it was the 5th at 8:30, but I figured my memory was
just wrong again" (she does have a very bad memory) why on earth would I write the wrong date and the wrong time? She checks her phone cause she set
it in her calendar, the 5th.
So the movie changed dates and times, and only I remember the "original" air date. Rather frustrating when you are 100% certain of something and
then get ridiculed for it and told you just can't handle being wrong.