Bringing a tad of rigor to possibly overly optimistic ponderings

Classic thoughful ponderings of the possibilities of online realms from our very own CJ Eller.

But – programmatically speaking – this part had me scratching my head:

Ignorance is bliss. But once that veil is lifted, will the knowledge be even more blissful?

Isn't that like coding the following, yet hoping the block guarded by the logic ever executes?

if ((ignorance == bliss) && (ignorance != knowledge) &&
    (ignorance == false) && (knowledge == true) &&
    (bliss == true)) {
  /* How could this ever execute, let alone
     be bliss, let alone *more* blissful? */