To dismiss something because it seems obvious has been the source of many grievous errors even in the most concrete disciplines.
The reason a computer can read anything from a zip file, a file that has been reduced down to the minimal amount of data necessary, is that the greater bulk of information the file requires is implied implicitly to the function of the computer itself. The computer just fills in the blanks.
The same happens with individual choice. You as an individual are that zip file. You contain only a small amount of the information necessary for the construction of a reality. The rest is implicit, innate to the structure of reality itself, and by simple selective expression, simple activation of one gene over another, simply opting out of one situational response in a conscious and intentional way…
We are the stuff of “reality itself” from whence else could we be? Exactly. Reality “unzips” your program. It’s what reality wants from you. To run the simulation that is unique to your own section of code.
We ‘decompress’ through our life? Yes.
So, we are vehicles for the Cosmos’s perception of itself. Yes, and in time we even go viral, distribute all throughout the network. They call this nirvana.
What is death? Defrag? Indeed. Exactly, yes.
An infinity of vehicles of perception, or formatting the hard drive = demise. Actually, no. At the network wide level, new “spaces” are formatted and new variables inserted.
So all the ISP’s collapse? All the ISPs upgrade, and according to your personal code, Moore’s law on a multiversal scale, it’s a very efficient system, never a dropped packet, never an unresolved equation. But here is where things get hinky. The directory has errors, broken addresses, poorly updated subroutines, things like that.
Perhaps “saints” in Christianity. That’s correct, and “daemons” are just web crawlers. Perceived as hostile for originating from a foreign system, and running check sums and diagnostics for reasons that don’t easily reconcile with what’s onboard our own simulator, like cookies from a website registering as potential malware.
Trojans, worms, viruses… Yes, but even those have a benefit on the multiversal level, altering the flow of transactions across the entire web.
So, McAfee and Norton are sort of like bodhisattvas. Indeed, though they include questionable code that is legally justified according to our current statutes. The customer service people can access backdoors in your system.
Do people use different operating systems? They do use different operating systems, as well as use the same operating system differently.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.