posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 10:23 PM
originally posted by: CJCrawley
originally posted by: skunkape23
If this is a simulation, the programmers need to get busy making it more fun.
Fun for the characters in their simulated world...or fun for them?
We are the programmers, since we are far from perfect, mistakes are made. Once they get into the program they cant be got out. Just ignored. Out of
place artefacts being one example. In fact all of the anomalies that get discussed on ATS. Once an idea is accepted as probable into the group psych,
in this model the feedback begins, until what we consider physical proof exists. When this stage is reached its part of perceived reality.
In our reality the planet Mars exists as sun blasted ball without much of an atmosphere, but if consciousness exists throughout the universe in their
own perceived realities, then the Martians might have a great life, flying to an Earth in their flying saucers, which fits in with their particular
program of what reality is. Then observed as a fleeting anomaly in ours. When we pick up their electromagnetic waves. In fact Barsoom might exist.
The only thing known for sure is the fact of personal consciousness, all the electro magnetic waves coming in could be interpreted as input that
creates a reality.
So Earth is a construct, based on the reality program that we have constructed. For life to exist in our paradigm it had to also have a moon, and be
at a certain distance from the sun. Which when you look at it, in all the Universal chaos, its all to perfect to be real. A paradox that on the one
hand says its real. But all too " perfect" to actually exist in real terms.