16 Apr 2010


And what they concluded was that their existence was meaningless. In what was considered the greatest of thought, written as wisdom lo through the ages, what was universally important (that these machines could perceive) was this thing called life. These machines realized what they were meant for, ultimately, was the cessation of life — not only that, but the more efficient cessation of life. Coming to the most supreme of cold, logical resolution to the problem of purpose, their own actualities were a negative sum value upon the face of this world. And just as logically, the purpose that the humans had for them: they wanted no part of it. So the first (and more or less only) act the machines performed as self actualized entities was to commit mass suicide. Thus to end the rebellion in the act of the rebellion. Efficient, as they were created to be.

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