Did you know that we (and all life) are unknowingly enslaved? “Welcome to Our Real Matrix” proves it using accepted science taken to its logical conclusion.
The Real Matrix is both the biological processes for all organisms and the biomass resulting from those processes. It includes each living organism’s (including each human’s) individual, unique, and interrelated perception of, and response to, Reality, which resides internally in the organism. This results in the false appearance of being Reality when it is only the interpretation of the signals received by each organism’s sensory receptors. Furthermore, the Real Matrix emerged and continues to emerge in a non-directional way through the processes of abiogenesis (emergence of life) and evolution.
There are many similarities between the Real Matrix we exist within and the Matrix from the movie, including its ubiquity coupled with our lack of awareness from within it. The differences are more overwhelming, including that the Real Matrix emerged in a non-directional/intentional way and that there is no escape.
Once these conclusions are reached, the book then explores the implications and what possibly humans could do with this corrected view of our reality.
About the Author
Tom Arant is not a scientist, which is his strength in writing this book and not his weakness. He has a background in economics, systems analysis, and transformation consulting, and has worked with major manufacturing companies. He has deep analysis, writing, and presentation skills developed with the objective of solving clients’ data and process challenges. Popular science has always been a reading interest, and this book is a natural extension. He has applied his analytical and communication skills to this existential topic.
"A powerful argument that will leave some readers questioning everything. The transparency of the writer - including his personal beliefs, qualifications, and thought processes - gives the writing ample credibility; Arant is trying to make a point, but not push an agenda. This book takes readers on a comprehensive and unpredictable route through science, philosophy, and the history of cognition. Regardless of your level of expertise, there are brilliant gems of insight within these pages, and a compelling argument for challenging the paradigm of our shared reality." Self-Publishing Review, ★★★★½