posted on Dec, 22 2012 @ 02:34 AM
What came first reality or the simulation?
A simulation is always a model of reality, not the other way around.
Why didn't the people in the past have simulations? Why do we have them now?
Because if this was a simulation, we would also have to agree that computers and simulations have been around since the beginning of time, since we
exist in one. Yet they don't come to fruition in our time until man invents computers and simulations? How can computers exist for all time but not
exist in our reality until just recently?
If this was true, in our reality, our simulations are just simulations of a simulation, how can one fathom such an idea possible?
How could the programmers program an entire history of each and every individual? By devising seven billion plus fake pasts? Experience cannot be
coded into some algorithm.
What is this simulation a simulation of? Reality? Did someone record the entire existence of mankind from every single viewpoint of every single human
perspective and code it into some twisted game?
This is all ridiculous and nothing indicates this to be true. The physicist found something in an equation, which only proves something about
the equation. And then we divise it into physical and historical implications which we know aren't true. The Matrix really messed with the minds of
an entire generation.