Re: The Matrix

Date: Wed May 31 2000 - 17:33:51 MDT

In a message dated 31/05/00 16:28:49 GMT Standard Time, writes:

> I think we have to assume that the computer interface takes over
> completely from the connection to the rest of the body. As such, it
> would have to have to send signals itself to keep the heart going. If
> the virtual self is killed, it will stop those signals.

    I hadn't thought about this point until now. i'd have to agree with you
that the computer takes control of the physical body on death of the VR body.
Would it then create a new VR position for the person e.g Born again with no
recolection of the prevous incarnation ?.What if the wipe isnt complete ?
That brings up a thought. If this is the case then it would explain people
who have memories from past lives ;o) and people who are far to wise for
their physical age.


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