The Operating System of Organic Machines

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    The Operating System of Organic Machines


    [ Computer Systems Engineering / Machine Science / Computer Science /
    Neuroscience / Physics / Mathematics / 4D Space Theory ]

    Building your own "KERNEL".


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    Definitions
    WHAT IS AN OPERATING SYSTEM?:

    An operating system is a set of code (an algorithm)
    that carries out instruction given to it by its user.



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    WHAT IS A COMMAND?:

    A command is the willing "a desire" be brought
    into being; in "The fulfilling of a wish" -
    in The 4th Dimension.



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    WHAT IS A KERNEL?:

    A "KERNEL" is a library of commands, that is directly
    proportional to a person's life experiences.

    A library of commands is built by the data the Organic
    Machine has experienced in life. (What the physical
    Senses - the physical body - have experienced).

    When a person gives a command that exceeds that user's
    life experience, (a user has not experienced something);
    that user can "download the experience" from another user
    with more experience. This is done automatically.



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    This is performed in and is known as:

    "A Neural Interactive Simulation"
    that we call, "The Matrix".

    "The Matrix" is a "Neural Net", where all minds
    are connected 4th Dimensionally.

    The Matrix is enjoyed (experienced) by programming
    one's sleep, (by "making a wish"); THEN ENTERING
    INTO THE 4th DIMENSION, to experience that wish being fulfilled.



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