Through man's manipulation of symbol-coded perception by
means of game rules a system of belief is created. The more
reference points a system has and the more useful it thereby
becomes, the more uncertainty factors seep in. What is "real"
is not certain, but what is certain is not "real".
Man exists in a world of myriad data points and by projecting
a structure into the matrix he "understands" the "world".
However, the pattern of these structures stems from his
own prerequisites and thus the cat bites its own tail.