posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 04:42 PM
I want to address a hot topic with some views of my own.
Ever since I read about the theory of us being a simulation done by another advanced civilization, I've been fascinated by the whole concept. I
realize that the theory is based on an assumption of alien life which has not yet been proven to exist, but if we forget that minor detail and let me
rant off a bit.
The theory of multiple dimensions (universes) has always intrigued my mind. Even the thought of something so amazing makes me shiver. All the way from
ancient texts to contemporary science leads to these fantastic ideas of parallels or multiverses around us. In this case it would be a simulation in a
simulation in a simulation...
Watch out for the text to come, it might contain some wild thoughts.
I asked myself, what if I'd create a simulation? Would I get it right at the first time? Probably not. If I'd have the technology to simulate a vast
Universe I'd probably have a lot of knowledge about it. But I would probably not know everything. So I'd start with a model of the Creation. In this
case, the Big Bang. I think that the coded matrix in the beginning would definitely show my understanding of the Universe I live in, so I'd copy my
knowledge to the simulation and let it run. As I'd learn more, I would code it in my simulation. Or, if something went wrong in the program, I would
rewrite and correct. Is this what is happening as we speak? As we learn more, do we in fact pressure our creator to write in some new code to satisfy
Am I wrong or has evolution ever taken 'small' steps or has the advances always been major? For example giraffes with short necks. Doesn't it shout
out a coding error? I can here 'a geek' shouting out loud: Scheit! What was I thinking, those animals can't survive there because of short necks.
And what happens next, short necked giraffes die and a major leap is made. There's plenty of these examples but I believe you understand what I'm
trying to tell here.
And what about our planet. In the beginning a big lump of landmass together. One united ecosystem. What a crazy idea, so there is a swing put to it
and the masses divide. All these big events happening in the beginning of the coding, and the further we get the finer the tuning gets. Now we are at
a state, and have been for a while where all the laws of physics etc have been established. (Until we reach points where some more coding has to be
done) It's time for small things to get tuned. And that is due to our pressure on the system. We have picked up speed and developed on our own. We
are getting the hang of it. We are searching for smaller and smaller particles, really testing the knowledge and imagination of the Creator. What if
we catch up with him or the program? Is that the time for ascension? Or is that a moment of 'game over'... Or is that when the Creator starts to
learn from us? Or when we take control of the program? And by that time we live in a perfect action-reaction environment? Where we create as we speak.
Avra kedabra. "In the beginning there was a word".
Is that old and many times quoted sentence in fact a reference to coding? How else would it be possible to create with words?
What about lost civilizations 'deleted', vanished without trace. Only buildings left behind without any knowledge how they disappeared. We really
can't tell if we are simulated or not. We couldn't tell the difference until there would be a fine tuning of a natural law that we all are familiar
with. And that we would have records of which couldn't be erased by the Creator.
I know these ideas aren't new, but my experience with this subject and these thoughts is. And it is really, really interesting. I think it would
scare the majority of the people to learn about being simulated, but how does actually differ from being created by God? Does it make you less real?
You would be a creation anyway? What about those who believe in a Soul where we all originate from? Then we would know we all have interconnections.
We would all be from the same matrix.
I could go on all night but maybe this is my first stop. I hope I will get some company on this topic!