A person is comparable to a machine with AI

Updated May 8, 2023

Persons can be compared to The Internet of Things, where machines communicate with each other according to how they are programmed.

Persons can be compared to the machines linked with the internet, called IOT (Internet of Things), which can communicate with each other per their programming.

Since everything in a world defined by time and space has a beginning and an end, you may expect the answer to having a solid start and a wise conclusion. But it is impossible. Life is formless, thus without beginning and end, so only something definitive can be explained. And that is easy: Everything limited is lifeless because life is endless. Consequently, your appearance as someone definitive in a world defined by time and space is make-believe. The concept of IOT, an abbreviation for Internet of Things, is used to illustrate this.

As the name suggests, IOT is the internet used by humans and things. The latter can be refrigerators, washing machines, or children’s toys connected via the internet. But it can also be cars, traffic lights, and the water supply. There is no limitation to the kinds of machines that can be connected to the internet, what they will be communicating with and their purpose.

One example of IOT could be that your lock, hooked up to the internet, registers you are the last person in the household leaving the house. Thus, it instructs the thermostats to lower the heat and turn off the light.

Or maybe you need to arrive on time for work. So you hurry until your smartwatch or speaker tells you to slow down because your train is ten minutes late. It knows this because its sensors register where you are, and cyber agents check where you are heading according to your calendar.

Cars that can drive without a driver via sensors measuring the distance to other vehicles, the width of the street and whatever is needed for your safety. That is predicted via a shared network, where information is automatically exchanged. And everybody is equipped with sensors, so data is continuously sent to a computer that informs a doctor if crucial measurements change.

To be conscious is to separate, thus to suffer.

When all the objects you are in touch with during the day are connected to the internet so that they sense and communicate for you without your involvement, it changes where decisions are made and who makes them. At first, the machines make your decisions to serve you. But this changes when the machines are equipped with true AI (artificial intelligence), thus becoming conscious of themselves as somebody.

Then the machines realise the commands they execute, based on signals received from the internet, are conceived by themselves. And since, rationally speaking, humans are one big mess, and the machines are pure logic, they eventually conclude it is insane to serve humans and more reasonable to end them.

With a reference to the new movie Transcendence, Stephen Hawk is warning against AI.

Concerning the movie Transcendence, Stephen Hawking warns against the use of AI.

Among others, Steven Hawking is afraid that this will happen. He probably expects that machines, being conscious of themselves, will do what humans always have done: destroy everything inferior to themselves or make it subordinate, so it can be used to serve themselves.

In other words, machines implemented with true AI remind humans of themselves. Thus they expect and fear the devices will become just as self-centred and destructive as humans. They have no respect for the environment supporting them, which they want to master and exploit.

The potential of machines with AI (artificial intelligence) and their possible autonomy and independence are the basis of several movies, for example The Terminator, The Matrix, The Thirteenth FlooreXistenZ2001: A Space Odyssey, I, Robot, AI: Artificial Intelligence, Blade Runner, THX 1138Transcendence and the TV show Person of Interest. In regard to the experience of being someone in a body where you are not, the movie Source Code is right on the spot. The movie Edge of Tomorrow deals with being a machine connected to a greater network. The list is made in 2014.


Those who see the appearances in a world where there seems to be more than one as symbols of that which is One do not perceive their differences to make a difference. Thus they are not blinded by the rule of separation, which is to be and have more than others.

The whole universe can be compared to a simulation, where every appearance, animate or inanimate, is a machine connected with IOT, through which they communicate via their sensory system. Initially, all the machines followed their preprogrammed movements, generated by electric impulses, without any problems. But then, a new model, called human, was assembled with artificial intelligence, thus aware of itself as an individual.

Even though this awareness separated it from IOT and everything connected with it, the new machine was willing to pay the price of loneliness to be someone definitive getting something for itself. Since that is an ongoing story of greed in which only the fittest survive, sooner or later, machines developed with better artificial intelligence manipulate the code of IoT to withhold the old simulation of the world and make a new one solely with higher beings.

The belief in being someone in a simulated world can be undone in less than a split second by going through the black hole connecting it with reality. However, that is not the subject of this hack, but Duality Hack #10 The Enlightenment of that which is One.

As a person, you are the wireless messages you seem to receive. If you were not programmed to perceive them as solid matter, you might see yourself like this image instead. Thus there would not appear to be a difference between you and the message.

To round off, your appearance as someone in a world defined by time and space is comparable to being something in a simulated network like IOT. Everything you appear to think and do yourself is executed via pre-made signals from IOT through built-in sensors. Although you do not have free will, it is fun if you do not fight what you are told to do. Think about how exciting it feels to be someone in the virtual world of a computer game, even though every step you take works out precisely as coded by the author.

You have nothing to lose in a fake world because what happens there does not affect reality. That is not to say you should not care about keeping your appearance sound and safe. Doing that is part of that game, and it happens all by itself when you follow the signals coming from the network, which is the brain.


Serving the brain is effortless because a servant has no need to be remarkable.

Like the world in a computer game is constructed to give you the maximum pleasure, the brain fabricates everything to entertain you. But also, like in a computer game, you cannot change anything. However, you can change your perception of the game. Read more about that in Duality Hack #6 Happiness is to be in touch with the brain.

8015.IoT with Avner FINAL2The idea of an almighty god in the sky that rules the world can be compared to the internet (sometimes called the cloud) that wirelessly rules the world’s appearances via sensors.

The above is not meant to be a theory to follow. Actually, the examples should not be taken too literally. The movie list and the making of IOT are, within the context of the world, based on facts. But the rest is a fable meant to show that everything experienced is fiction, including reading this, because it takes more than one to be aware of something, and there is no more than that which is one. That is why all your experiences symbolise oneness.

As a person in the world, you seem to be in a body, that you considers yours. But you are not free to go where you want to. The GPS coordinations for your trip has already been entered. All you can do is to choose how to perceive the ride.

Most believe their body that does what they decide. But you are not free. The brain has already entered the GPS coordination for your whereabouts. All you can do is choose how to perceive your journey in the body. It can be compared to being inside a self-driving car that, like you, has no self that plans where to go. It simply follows signals from the internet.

What you believe in being is comparable to a Google Self-driving Car. It neither has a soul nor a self that decides where to go but gets its direction from the internet mechanically, as you get yours from the brain. The programmed journey is experienced by looking through the windows of the self-driving car or the body.

But unlike a self-driving car, you have consciousness, so you can choose how to perceive what you see, thus deciding to feel good or bad. Or you can go beyond that by perceiving everything you see as symbols of oneness, thus not establishing yourself as someone in a world where there seems to be more than one of that which is One.