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    Originally posted by drdroid
    Actually, there is. Although, true, there is no imoveable object, there is in fact an immovable object. from a physical point of view, a human being by himself can't push Terra(Earth) across the solar system. So to answer your question... to a human on it, a planet is an immovable object.
    Well actually you don't need to move the planet, it does it on its own

    Same thing with all other objects.
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    I have come to conclusion. Since we could not really tell what would happen if unstopable force meets an immovable object, then the problems of The Matrix are solved!

    As always all systems freeze at a sertain point so... The simple way to freeze the matrix is to ask an agent the question of what happens if an unstopable force meets an immovable object. After this the Matrix should theoratically crash 'causing all humans to wake up from their pods.
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    Originally posted by PJYelton
    Proof that women are evil:

    What women need most are time and money...

    As we all know, time IS money...

    And of course as the saying goes, money is the root of all evil...

    Therefore...
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    Originally posted by Liger86
    I have come to conclusion. Since we could not really tell what would happen if unstopable force meets an immovable object, then the problems of The Matrix are solved!

    As always all systems freeze at a sertain point so... The simple way to freeze the matrix is to ask an agent the question of what happens if an unstopable force meets an immovable object. After this the Matrix should theoratically crash 'causing all humans to wake up from their pods.
    Or they'll fight it out. Agent Smith (As the machines) represents the immovable object and Neo (As the humans) represents the unstoppable force.

    Or something.

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    Ah, but if you stumped an Agent, isn't the Agent just a sub-program of the matrix? Wouldn't the program just sort of freez? The rest of the matrix would continue on its not so merry way, wouldn't it? Or would it be like windoze, and yes, suffer a "catostrophic" failure?

    But I thought that you could do whatever to a lower-level program of the matrix, and the matrix would still function. Like when the Agents are tied up (not literaly) by neo, that did not cause errors that we know of, did it?
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