Many movies hitting the big screen over the last few years base their storylines on a common premise. They question reality, or the "real world" we think we know, pointing out that artificially-created dream worlds, and environments produced by computer simulations, can be convincingly realistic. These "fictional" stories raise speculations —until now proposed at scientific gatherings only— of how such superb illusions might affect our lives and people are made to think deeply about such matters... in the Matrix, for example, the following expressions appear: “What is real? How do you define real?... What you feel, taste, smell, or see—all are electrical signals interpreted by your brain." This book contains accounts that bear a very great similarity to certain parts of this film that had such an influence on people and that encouraged them to reflect on certain facts, with descriptions in previous books and passages from the films in question. It will thus once again be demonstrated that the explanations in this book describe a scientific reality that is accepted by the whole world, and whether people agree with this or object to it will not alter the true facts concerning matter.