So if the Matrix in the Matrix is created for the 1% of the 1%,

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  1. loserboy

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    then wouldn't there have to be a THIRD matrix for the 1% of the 1% of the 1%, going on forever?
    If you don't understand the question, don't state it.
     
  2. White Stormy

    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    that's why matrix in a matrix is not how it really is..
     
  3. Scream_Phoenix

    Scream_Phoenix Handsome Boy Model

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    the thing i dont like about matrix in a matrix theory is if they take 2 hours to get out of the second matrix, then we are essentially exactly where we thought we were when we started the trilogy. what is the point of that?
     
  4. loserboy

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    Mm-hmm. I'm just trying to come up with conventional reasons as to why it doesn't work. There is a 1% to the nth power, and it will always be there, extremely hard on resources to make a million matrices.
     
  5. Pudifin

    Pudifin These girls > olsen twins

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    The 2nd matrix was designed specifically for the people who would reject the first one. There is no real reason for those who rejected the first to reject the second one. People rejected the first one for a reason.

    This isn't a math problem.
     
  6. Wiggin

    Wiggin I can change my text and didn't have to pay shit

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    yes it is, because the 1% who rejected the first matrix go to the 2nd matrix. Then there must be a 1% of that 1% who reject THAT matrix by laws of probability. Accordingly, 1% of every 1% will reject the matrix for any of a variety of reasons one would reject any of the Matrices.
     

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