See, they use video feeds from intersections and specifically designed algorithms to predict traffic conditions and thereby control traffic lights. So all I did was come up with my own kick ass algorithm to sneak in and now we own the place.
-Lyle, aka Napster from Italian Job
don't really believe in astral projection, though I do believe the
concept is intriguing. To be able to move one's point of view from just behind the eyes and ahead of the ears to somewhere outside of the body altogether.
I believe any such thing is impossible. However, I have managed a
degree of control of my imagination that allows me to internalize and
control many things, including and up to building a world for myself
inside of my head. Why can't I build a better world, and then
superimpose it on reality?
If I can imagine the world
perfectly, I can imagine things happening that are outside of my normal,
physical range to observe, and then, if my world is indeed perfect,
what I imagine myself observing is actually happening outside my head.
using computer terminology to take on something so far beyond
technology itself, to take on the fabric of reality itself. All I have
to do is mold my brain into the right algorithm.
well familiar with the data storage limitation, where, in order to
perfectly store all the data of the universe, one needs a storage
container the size of the universe. In order for myself to perfectly
contain the world in my imagination, my imagination has to grow to the
size of the world.
Psychology allows for that. Dreams
have long been considered a way to tap into the collective unconscious
of the entire human race. With the right level of patience and personal
training, I don't have to store all the data in my own head; instead, I
can tap into the data storage of every human being living.
know the idea sounds ludicrous. So does the idea of astral projection.
You have to ask yourself: which one seems more believable?