Every thing we see, everything we know, and everything we are is information, or, more precisely, relationships between and amongst informational elements in an informational matrix.

When we die, we cease to exist in what we call the physical world.

But we leave behind a hole in the informational matrix, a hole that precisely represents the informational relationships we formed during our lives.

The effects of this hole can never be eliminated. The hole we leave behind will continue to evolve, its informational links and relationships with the informational matrix will twist and turn, grow and change; but the effects of the hole we leave behind are eternal.

Our effects are eternal; and a skilled enough programmer or data manager could always re-construct the missing pieces of the puzzle, deducing the pieces from the effects of the holes they left behind.

We are defined by our relationships.

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