However, we also know from the movie that if you notice two nearly identical things are in close proximity in time and/or space, that means there's a glitch in the Matrix. And since then, glitches like the one seen here have been spotted over and over. Which can only mean one thing...the Matrix is 100% real.
Okay, there's one problem with this group of nearly identical skiers. The second woman in the row is wearing glasses, while the others are not. It just goes to show that even glitches can have glitches.
These nearly identical license plates have us asking one question: Where is the car license plate 6XNM449? And if you get all these cars together, will the license plates recognize each other from the factory? (Okay, fine, that's two questions.)
And not all glitches involve seeing more than one of the same thing. Some glitches in the Matrix are simply things that should not ever happen if we were living in reality. For instance, this guy who can put his head through a cement wall? Seems pretty glitchy.
If you ever see a glass of water land perfectly like this, trapping the water inside, take the red pill. Knowing this thing could happen is too mind-blowing to happen in a world governed by the laws of physics.
Paul Rudd made Clueless in the mid-'90s, and hasn't aged a day since then. We're not sure if this is a glitch, or if it means that Paul Rudd doesn't age because he's basically Agent Smith. And he might just have a partner...
Just like Paul Rudd, Julie Bowen also seems to be immune from the laws of aging. Were Bowen and Rudd programmed into the Matrix to keep people from knowing the truth? The answer has to be "yes," right?
These two pictures are supposedly the work of makeup artist Dain Yoon. Or there could be no makeup used here at all, and they're really two of the greatest Matrix glitches of all time. You make the call.