Welcome to the Machine
How often have you heard ridiculous phrases like “you have free will” or “choose wisely” or “blaze your own trail?” Well, this week’s show was about the utter frivolity of assuming any of those phrases still somehow apply to us or our world. Most of the “choices” we are given were mapped out a long long time ago.
I delved into the idea of The System (The Machine) in far greater detail this show, from its structure (engineering and architecture) to its workings (operations and laws). No, this was not yet another homo-erotic matrix analogy, but a very practical demonstration of how such a system functions [free downloadable 32K version]:
For much of the world, even the notion of individualization may be but a mere flight of fancy. As for the Western[ized] World, the game
may already be is over.
If you wish to infect your [own] soul with seeds of life [real hope for I’m-mortal-i,ty], then, by all means, go East (or South) and sample the [r]air for yourself.
“The use of travelling is to regulate imagination by reality, and instead of thinking how things may be, to see them as they are.” — Samuel Johnson
Long before silicon circuit boards were ever a vague reality, there were architects mapping out logic gates and working on notions of further reducing the possibility of true randomness in our world. Machines have been with us for a long time.
I don’t wish to inspire fatalism, or acceptance of the inevitable end cycle (zombies, machination, analprimacy). There
is can be hope, and it comes only from those who accept the reality of the external system, and then proceed to change themselves.
“A good traveller is one who does no know where he is going to, and a perfect traveller does not know where he came from.” — Lin Yutang
The “poison” of our input stream (programming), and unconscious reinforcement of said poisons by well-meaning machine-folk around us, is a more daunting challenge than any obstacles [things that may block movement aka “growth”] we may ever end up facing. Throw in a subliminal response anchor like Vanilla Sky, and you may find yourself doing something truly stupid. A leap of faith can be a really bad idea.
Circuits are logical [yet preset] routes to get from here to there. No matter how much time you spend [re]Searching them, you will keep [re]Peating them. Bridges, whether as a construct, or a notion, can be so much more than that.
Note A: In regards to “poison,” got into Victor Salva’s sugar-coated pederastic [western] mindfuck Peaceful Warrior for a bit, but didn’t wish to taint the above write-up with it..
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~ by celticrebel on June 4, 2013.
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