A week after Chisa committed suicide, her classmates begin to receive emails from her. Hearing rumors fly at school, a quiet withdrawn girl named Lain goes home that day, turns on her dusty Navi computer for the first time and has a conversation with the dead girl. Chisa's message reads that she killed herself because she didn't need her body anymore, and she now exists in The Wired. When Lain asks why someone would do something like that she gets a response: "Because God is here". Written by
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Did You Know?
The girl in the "Devices" segments is the voice of Lain herself, Kaori Shimizu
. Also, Lain's character design was based in part from Ms. Shimizu's physical appearance. See more
The wired might actually be thought of as a highly advanced upper layer of the real world. In other words, physical reality is nothing but an illusion, a hologram of the information that flows to us through the wired.
This is because the body, physical motion, the activity of the human brain is merely a physical phenomenon, simply caused by synapses delivering electrical impulses.
But mom, I...
The physical body exists at a less evolved plane only to verify one's existence in ...
Referenced in Cowboy Bebop: Brain Scratch
, from album Twilight
Composed and performed by Boa. Vocals by Jasmine Rodgers.
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