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As the worlds technological capabilities reach an impressive new height we are faced with new problems caused by these new technological capabilities Along with these newfound problems such as Y2K comes the worlds damnation due to the new technologies We as humans will ultimately destroy ourselves over a technology race We may very well still be alive but our mind and freedom wont be The Matrix explores unthinkable realms of computer world domination Although the beginning portrays the essence of freedom that we as humans take for granted Its actually a sort of virtual reality that is void of any resemblance of freedom Every sight every smell every sound and touch is nothing but a computer program Every human except the team aboard the nebuchadnezzar is plugged into this program called the matrix The humans belief of freedom is actually human cultivation The Machines which have taken over use the human body to replace there lost solar energy from the nuclear blanket covering the earth Being in a dream world the humans dont have the slightest idea theyre living a life with rules and boundaries Not being able to choose your own path and destiny is not my idea of freedom The Authors of the matrix make the human freedom just like the world we live in It kind of makes you think life sucks Thats why I imagine Siefer decided to go back to the matrix Would you rather sacrifice your freedom for a normal life or live in the truth you probably would not want to know Harrison Bergeron is a scary view of human society in the United States in the future in which United States citizens are all equal Equality seems like the solution to creating the perfect world Everyone would get along with no racism or country conflicts Sounds pretty nice but in this film when they mean equal they mean it In this world equality is everyones
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