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comment Could Neo's supernatural powers in the real world suggest that there were a super-matrix?
@Alenanno They mentioned that the subway where Neo encounters for the first time the Trainman, is not the matrix, but another place between the real world and the matrix. Therefore a simulated reality too.
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comment Could Neo's supernatural powers in the real world suggest that there were a super-matrix?
@TylerShads I think the answer is that it was suggested a supermatrix, because it's more likely within the matrix's universe, considering the machine's cold logic, but the idea was possible abandoned.
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comment Could Neo's supernatural powers in the real world suggest that there were a super-matrix?
It seems odd that they didn't even try to detect a wireless connection when Neo got trapped in the simulation without any physical connection. I've updated my question to add a personal observation regarding the logic on a super-matrix.
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comment Could Neo's supernatural powers in the real world suggest that there were a super-matrix?
Yes... maybe the Wachowski duo tried a similar approach in the matrix, I think they abandoned that idea but leave the option open on purpose... maybe they couldn't explain in a credible way how the free humans would know when they definitely defeated the machines... if there could be a super-matrix, why not many nested matrix layers
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comment Has The Simpsons changed significantly in essence with time?
Thanks, I've edited my question accordingly
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comment Has The Simpsons changed significantly in essence with time?
Yeah, but it seems to me more like... Bart mischiefs and explain why, then Marge gets annoyed and explains why, and Lisa too, and Homer doesn't even understand and tries to explain why too. That's like an educational spin-off, that tries to be funny.
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comment Is Skyfall preparing the ground to some major change in the franchise?
Yes, but it seems to me somewhat incompatible, those new M and Q, with a physically weakened, sensitive, and even reluctant 007. Don't you think? it's like if he wants but his body doesn't
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