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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. You don't always remember the mundane parts, going to sleep, walking to places, etc. Exhibits signs of False Awakening. This is part of Neo's dilemma. He doesn't know if he's awake or not. If he's dreaming. The final reason is a bit more complicated.
Given the extended universe of the Matrix, as provided by books and the Animatrix, there is signs that life in the Matrix isn't always linear, or in real time. It can be faster, or slower. The humans can experience multiple life times. Due to outside interference, his server is disconnected from the matrix, and the machines reboot it. The protagonist experiences three or four different life times, and jumps around, not really experiencing everything, but at the same time he does.
At the end, they plug him back into the Matrix, and use his previous "lives" to provide him a better life before he dies. He experiences years in real time seconds. Of course, As the movies show though, everything in the Matrix seems to occur in real time, especially when the rebels have hacked in, and are talking from the Matrix phones to the Operator in the Real.
So Goliath seems to be a special case, but it makes it possible. Thomas Anderson isn't leading two separate lives in a literal sense , he's simply burning the candle at both ends and suffering the consequences of trying to reconcile getting up early to go to his day-job at Meta Cortex with staying up late chatting on hacker boards. The inevitable result is sleep deprivation and a poor work ethic with persistently over-sleeping and total lack of enthusiasm. On top of that, he has the added complication that in his "normal" life he's persistently beset by the feeling that something is inherently wrong with the world.
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That's what's driving him to stay up late chatting on hacker boards and running searches, trying to contact someone who can answer to the mysterious and all consuming question of The Matrix and what. When he finally makes contact with Trinity, she approaches him when she can see that he's nearly passed out from exhaustion. She hacks into his computer and chats with him for a few minutes as he nods along and when he's just on the verge of nodding off, a Zionese rebel DuJour knocks on his door and invites him along to the club.
Most clever outlaws have two lives. One is the "normal" life where you go to work and you kiss your wife and you pay all your taxes on time. An example of a "normal" life is Mister Brooks when he is working at the office during the day building boxes. There is a second life. Let's call this life your "criminal" life where Mister Brooks gets out of bed in the middle of the night and he leaves his house to murder somebody.
Another example of a "normal" life is when Vic Mackey is chasing and arresting the bad guys during the day. He is also selling drugs and doing all sorts of criminal activities including murder after his shift at the police station is over. This is better explained in the scene when Thomas A.
amabucasov.tk Anderson is arrested for the very first time by what seems to be an FBI agent.