Dec 19th 2011 11:28PM that would be cool
Jul 11th 2011 1:39PM Radical theory? Why is it radical to think that the matrix of Azeroth is us or more correctly stated, the inhabitants of Azeroth? In physics there is a law this is the most holy (or so I've heard), the law of conservation of information (I'm not going to pretend I'm some physics major, although I will state my understanding of the law). Basically it said nothing can break physical laws. This is a very powerful tool, since nothing can break physical laws, if you could calculate all the information in say a pond out in the woods (and I mean ALL of it) and how each bit of information reacts to each other, you could predict the ENTIRE past and future of that pond. That's assuming nothing outside your calculations interacts with pond to mess up you calculations.
Whats that got to do with Azeroth/Old Gods? Well, everything. Instead of thinking in a simple sense of people to people interacting with each other, think about it in a sense of information interacting with each other. Now try to imagine all that information in one giant matrix of impossibly large size. Maybe that's what the old titan constructs were referring to, the Azeroth Matrix. The old gods could be the result of something as simply as a meteor hitting Azeroth, it could be ANYTHING the titans did not calculate in their original design. Once the 'event' occurred, the old god information would work its way through the Azeroth Matrix till it had infected the entire data. At that point the old gods information is Azeroth as we know it. To go back and fix the problem would result in a completely different Azeroth.