psychology & virtual reality technology
Posted in the Computer Science Forum
#1 Dec 25, 2010
I have difficulty communicating my intentions to other people, so I realize my best change at finding my self-esteem is to find logical evidence (in culture, technology, mathematics, etc.) of humanity's interest in progressive thinking.
Such evidence can be found in Hollywood (USA) movies such as "RoboCop" (1987) and "Liar, Liar" (1997). Such evidence suggests that human beings are curious about characterizing dreams with art.
Indeed, the vast network of computers in our world represent communication hubs through which virtual transmission of information can effectively illuminate humanity's interest in virtual reality, which explains the imaginative appeal of Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Short Circuit" (1986).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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