a reply to: FormOfTheLord
"Well according to the last video they have already made the "sentient world simulation" which is a copy of all of us and all life on earth within a
quantum computer. "
Also, 'a copy of all of us' is quite a blanket statement, that only shows ignorance of what we are and why we exist, how many dimensions our existence
encompasses, and how intertwined the Universe and 'we' really are. You can't make a 'copy' of any human being, ever.
Also, 'sentient world simulation' - what does this mean? How can a simulation be 'sentient'? Even if a 'sentient A.I.' was possible (it isn't), a
SIMULATION can't be 'sentient'.
It seems big words are thrown around without understanding their meaning or implications even on a superficial, let alone full level.
"All life on earth within a quantum computer"
This is the most .. let's say 'ludicrous' thing I have ever read. Could you please explain how any of this works, on any level?
What do you think 'quantum computer' is? People use the word 'quantum', the same way some people use 'sub-consciousness' - as some magical garbage
dump that solve anything they don't understand, so they dont have to think about it too much.
Life can't exist 'withing a computer', 'quantum' or otherwise.
Life is not physical, it's certainly not digital, and it can't be 'copied'. Lifeforce comes from the Divine Creator, it's living energy, or maybe more
like 'vibration with intelligence', if you will (impossible to shrink down to the level of 'explainable-by-words').
Don't just take some words you don't understand and throw them around and try to impose a ludicrous worldview or an idea on unsuspecting readers.
There ARE people that understand what those words mean, and that can sniff bouvine feces from a mile away.
P.S. That picture from the old comic, 'Secret Wars II', that has that silly 'Beyonder' storyline, is neat and all, but the storyline goes much deeper
than that - and yet remains incredibly badly thought-out. An omnipotence being that CONSTANTLY has to ask 'why', 'what', 'who', and is confused most
of the time, and can't foresee -anything-.. the conclusion is perhaps the most convoluted and shockingly amateurish 'retcon' type travesties I have
read in a comic, but the story itself is slightly interesting, because it provokes the reader to at least contemplate omnipotence a little bit.
My point is, it's a fun and funny picture to select, but it's a bit misleading to use here, because you fail to show (or even mention) just how badly
thought-out that comic and its storyline are, and how it shouldn't be taken seriously as any kind of proper philosophical thought or
edit on 15-4-2020 by Shoujikina because: (no reason given)