mx5_kris at October 14th, 2004 23:19 — #1
:wacko: ok you might think i'm wierd for posting this but:
In the matrix, you see children without plugs, however they are also daughters and sons of those plugged in so how is it possible for people plugged in to reproduce. Wouldn't their knackers be sterile?
mihail121 at October 15th, 2004 00:37 — #2
spreetree at October 15th, 2004 01:42 — #3
I really have to wonder... At what point during the film did you think "Hey, I wonder if those guys knackers work"....
baldurk at October 15th, 2004 04:17 — #4
Kris]how is it possible for people plugged in to reproduce. Wouldn't their knackers be sterile? [snapback]12867[/snapback]
I'm guessing people who are plugged in don't reproduce - that would be done by a test-tube baby like system by the machines I guess. It's the people who AREN'T plugged in who would reproduce.
As much as it is painful to remember, there was a scene in Matrix Reloaded which demonstrates that quite clearly .
ed_mack at October 15th, 2004 11:55 — #5
That memory was dropped from my mind. Thanks. It was like two pieces of swiss cheese mating.
nomadrock at October 15th, 2004 13:01 — #6
They just sample dna and "mate" strings of dna manually, and then clone the newley created string of dna.
mx5_kris at October 15th, 2004 21:43 — #7
hmmm...ok then and btw, i wasn't thinking of it during the movie. My mate wouldn't stop talking about the scene after the movie and that is how i got that thought stuck in my head *shudder*