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1864 and 1913 and the matrix rising theory part 2
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06-01-2013, 07:29 AM #1
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or the machines and man now work together outside the online world
anyways outside the matrix the weather pattern has returned to a normal condition
and most has left the online world, to the real world outside the internet
but the drawback is you live like you are in the 1800's

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06-01-2013, 08:02 AM #2
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thats why its called the electric universe
outside the online world, they dont use electric really

and here whats its like outside the matrix(online)
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06-02-2013, 12:19 PM #3
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When Dogen was talking to Sayid about the two sides (evil and good) of the scale every man has, he can be seen wearing only one black glove. So his hands were "black" and "white" while Dogan explained evil by raising his "black" hand. ("Sundown")
In 1867, Richard was given a white rock by Jacob, who then gave it to the Man in Black. As usual, Jacob was wearing white and the Man in Black was wearing black. ("Ab Aeterno")
Scenes in 'Locke's' camp all occurred at night, while scenes on the beach with Jacob's supporters all took place in daylight. ("The Package")
There were two paintings of scales in Widmore's office, one with a black frame and the other with a white frame. In both paintings there were black rocks on one side and white rocks on the other. ("Happily Ever After") (Widmore's paintings)
Charlie's canvas shoes were all white when Desmond met him at the police station and rescued him from the water at the marina. But when he chased him down the stairs at the hospital, Charlie had black and white checkered canvas shoes. ("Happily Ever After")
When Jack came out of the forest and stared down Locke, Jack was wearing a black shirt and Locke was wearing a white shirt. ("Everybody Loves Hugo")
Jacob and his brother from birth to adulthood are shown always wearing white and black clothing, respectively. ("Across the Sea")
When Locke was kicked off the cliff, he was shown on a black ledge, backdropped by white sea foam in the
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06-02-2013, 12:27 PM #4
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notice the 1800's look on the movie logo



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