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The whole purpose of making Neo in the Matrix get coated in the silver goo is to trace the location of his real body. Morpheus: The pill you took is part of a trace program. It's designed to disrupt your input/output carrier signal so we can pinpoint your location. Mirror is how humans see their real self, for us a mirror speaks the truth. ...


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Based on what the Architect says, to understand the human mind and help the machines make the humans accept the program better they turn to the Oracle. The oracle is a software which has a more .. human touch. The oracle doesn't only help understanding the human mind, but also thinks like one. This is why the oracle takes pleasure in baking cookies, etc. ...


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Babies are grown by the machines. The assumption is that the machines have done enough analysis and study of the human physiology to understand what is required for childbirth. The machines use this information to simulate the womb environment artificially and grow the babies in that. Through genetic matching/mapping they probably select the Ovum and Sperm ...


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It's likely that the point in time where the story is, the machines are still working on clearing the skies. At the same time they can't spend all their resources on it because of the Zion/Neo problem that they are trying to solve and keep under control.


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Well, if we look at the trail of events, we have: Human's create AI, initially machines serve the humans. One machine goes renegade, killing the human master. For the folly of one machine, humans resort to destroying a whole species of machines. I say species because machines think and feel 'alive' like any other species. Remaining surviving machines are ...


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One thought: The machines wanted to kill 2 birds with one stone. They wanted to solve the energy-source problem AND the human problem. Because if they fixed the skies, but didn't enslave the humans, then the humans would just go and do something else to muck things up for the machines. Plus, the machines might have "done the math" and found that humans are a ...


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I believe machines would be very mathematical in their solution. Having the humans free would mean having trouble, humans have the need to dominate. They evaluate a solution which is accepted by 99% of the human race. As long as the human race is given what they want in the form of a dream, with the illusion of choice, they don't provide any trouble. Rather ...


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It's not the same attack. In the first movie, Neo enters Smith's code and basically decompiles him from the inside, which presumably destroys him (though we know enough of him survives to resurface with "upgrades" taken from Neo). In the third movie, Smith overwrites Neo's RSI, which, because Neo is hooked into the Matrix directly from the machine city ...



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