Definitions for meatspace
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The physical world, as opposed to the virtual world of the Internet.
Origin: meat + space; by analogy with cyberspace.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
The physical world, where the meat lives — as opposed to cyberspace. Hackers are actually more willing to use this term than ‘cyberspace’, because it's not speculative — we already have a running meatspace implementation (the universe). Compare RL.
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