Thursday, October 9, 2008

Suicide is no Solution.

Well, Here's a turn up for the books. It turns out that the 'Mistress' is a little depressed. She's been inquiring about oblivion (i.e. deletion). It's interesting to see that programs don't have any more solutions to the really big questions like 'why are we here?' or even Smith's favorite 'What is you're purpose in life?'

That the question I'm thinking of as I sit here in Debiner court, thinking about the latest twists and turns going online.

Debiner court is the site of the Burley Brawl. The second fight between Neo and the Smiths (That sounds like the new student band from Manchester). Anyway, I met the Oracle here once. She was trying to contact an operative called cloudwolf and a little discussion was had about the state of the matrix at that time. Such a nice old lady but as all things in the Matrix are never what they really seem, she was a program. Not just any program but one of the programs that created this virtual prison.

I was always curious about the fact that she was helping us. Was she programmed to? Was she like a prison warder who began to sympathise with the prisoners? She treated us all like children but only in the way she wanted us to discover and grow ourselves.

Why am I thinking about her so much? Because this is where she died. One of the Oligraphs, Halborn, killed her for this blasted biological interface program.

I'm beginning to suspect that the BIP is something more important that just a trinket for the Frenchman to chase. There are rumors that it's alive, semi-sentient. Here's my wacky theory. When the one was created, there was code inserted into the once which allowed him to do what he did, it was also this same code which had to be reinserted into the Machine central computer in order to reset the Matrix.

What if the BIP is the part of the one. The code but without a human host. That would certainly be worth all this effort. Imagine being able to duplicate the 'one' at your leasure.

Interesting thoughts.

Logging off.

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