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Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell I get the feeling that God aliens would make a simulation of a species to determine whether we are safe to visit or not, as they would probably insert a simulated version of themselves when they feel we are advanced enough, and see if we go guns ablazin or make peace
So in essence...
If we create Simulations in the future and those people do too, and those people as well.
Then would those people be living in a simulation that comes from a simulation that comes also from a simulation that originated from a simulation?
here's a thought. We are part of a mass simulations experiment where aliens are trying to simulate life. After thousands of years, ours is the only one left which is why there seems to be no life outside of Earth. All the other simulations were failures and we are the only success
I wonder if we’re like... meant to find a solution to a problem that aliens have. Like, they made a ton of simulations and put them all in the same conditions that they’re in. It’d be a lot cooler than googling it...
This video proves that we, as a civilisation, can only speculate and theorise about concepts that are a product of our own production. In this case, it would be the expansion of technology. We can only theorise about our world being in a simulation because we've created technology that can sort of do that. So really, the truth of our reality may only come when a certain aspect of our civilisation becomes advanced enough to recreate it in the near future.
What about the odds that a universe could pop into existence, be able to harbor life, actually harbor life, life isn't destroyed, rises to a ''godlike'' state, and creates an entire universe that ''works''?
I wonder if we all just are programmed or if we all are free thinker. Maybe it is easy for "them" to make such smart games or maybe we are the most unbelivable and coolest game ever!
But if we all just are programmed does that mean that we all is controled, that we have no choices? That we all just are one single person at the same time.
It may sound like a trap, but atleast it has programmed some of us to be nice, happy and cheerful.
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What if black holes are glitches?
Games needs information to work, to build itself.
And as you've said in another video they collected information.
Hiding it from us.
A glitch in a game also affects the information and kinda destroys the game.
Making it collapse.
So what if black holes just are glitches.
What if the stars just are like 0 and 1.
When one number is gone a lot of information is changing.
And it is maybe why stars turns into glitches.
Maybe the space's just 1 and 0.
What if earth is the game, but we want to get out of it, into the codes.
It may sound weird, but that's maybe just 'cause we belive how our programming and games works is the only normal way, but our creators maybe make games in a very different way.
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That's scary man I don't whant to be a simulation help ME!!!!!!!!!!!! hope in the future we can go to the planet that is controlling us then kill THEM revenge!!!!!! I think there trying to kill them self because I'm sending this comment like if you agree ☺☺☺☺
Also planets and solar systems that were created from the big bang. Are going in all kinds of different directions. The ones that are going the wrong way are eliminated first. So some of those planets could be home to intelligent life but have been snuffed out due to colliding planetary systems
The scary thing about being simulated is that there is no way of knowing when the simulation is switched off. So the simulation could be switched off and on, or even restarted countless times, and there would be no way of knowing
How can you explain emotions with this hypothesis? When you play a game with our level of technology, you are told what mood a certain character is in, but the charachter itself doesn’t feel anything. You can’t feel the charachters emotions. Why do we then have emotions in our World? And how would our creators design feelings and needs?
I wanted to point out that a computer doesnt need to be capable of that number of operations per second. Asimulation being ran on a computer at say, 1/10th the speed, wouldnt know the difference. A computer cpuld take 10 seconds, 10 minutes, 10 hours, etc to do the calculations, but to the simulation it still experiences 1 second of its own time the same way. 1 year in our simulation might take 10 years of the operators time span to experience, but we have no way of knowing how much time has passrd outside the simulation due to our point of reference.
When we sleep people elsewhere are awake and vice cerse, that is just a requirement for the simulation to run properly.
Maybe when the PC that runs our simulation gets a better CPU or GPU or gets more RAM we don't have to sleep because the PC can run the entire world at once?
Do you ever stop and think what goes on after death? Like what happened before you were born? Is it complete darkness? No thoughts? All alone? Are there living things out of this universe? Like I cannot understand the true meaning of death, knowing we were once created. What makes a soul? Are we just born with every single complicated detail in our body, or was it carefully thought/chosen. I think I’m high.
What if we are simulated, but simulation just happens every 10 seconds, i.e. there's a "refresh" every 10 seconds, where we get the memories of our past. It could drastically lessen needed operations/s, as we don't need details, we don't need to think about every step - of course most of our steps have implications, but probably not every operation has implications for whole world, so we can skip a lot of it. If something can simulate thoughts, why not interpolate it? Then we generate states, not process. Also does Mario knows that we would make speed of game slower? It could take million of years to simulate a second of the world, but would creatures there know how much it took? There's no rule for simulation to be a real-time. Take a look at the ways how CPU-s or compilers optimize things - with simulation it's even easier, as mistakes can be fixed by regenerating world with implications of that mistake. Not that I care if I'm simulated or not, it doesn't have any implications for us (*if our reality is simulated, it's a simulation for the observer, for us it's a reality*)... It's just false assumption, together with some religious belief that consciousness is something more than e.g. threads in PC recognizing each other presence. Because if we would assume it's not some mystical power and awesome power (not like in movie: we don't know what it is, but we still assume it's some awesome powah), then we already do such simulations, which shows it's entirely possible.
Our system is designed so that we will never be able to discover the truth about ourselves. We all go based off human comprehension when trying to figure things like this out. If we are such a smart and advanced species how come we don't know our true origin? How come so many questions about life are left unanswered? Proof we are living in a simulation. The creators don't want us to find out. The proof is that we have no proof.
Go stand out in front of an oncoming 560 km Bullet train and ask if you still think this is real. Put a .50 cal machine gun to your forehead and pull the trigger while pondering whether real bullets are entering your imagination. Is that dead and rotting roadkill you smell fake enough or real enough? Does your mom remember the pain when she pushed you out Morpheus?
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