posted on May, 20 2013 @ 01:39 AM
Originally posted by rockintitz
reply to post by SarnholeOntarable
In a simulated universe that could still all be true. I'm asking why do people choose to believe in a simulated universe vs. a god created universe
vs. a random universe.
Can either be disproved?
How far small can you look. Imagine the most powerful microscopic equipment possible. How small.
Everything has to contain that infinity. If there is as much reality in front of me as there is you, then we both share that level of infinitely small
data. And as far as they eye can see. How far?
Even empty space contains information bursting in and out of reality at the quantum level.
Is it that we start to see the mechanics of what design any simulated reality must exist within, separate from the program running that defines
interaction that can be repeated and recorded? Are we allowed to see it?
I am with Sarn. It's too reactive and for a long time the little beakers on a little planet didn't even exist to ponder the intricacies of it all.
Equilibrium, entropy.. At least on this little island.
We are no less a miracle of evolution and all life shares that. I don't need to be in fear or worship of things simply because I do not have the
comprehension of all things physical.
I seek to understand these things, and not wash it away with a created and unproven concept simply because it fills in the blanks from a time when man
needed the gods, and because it takes care of the after life.
People are just changing the variables. Now god, is a simulated program. All the answers left unanswered. All the questions left hanging. Who? Why?
Where? How? So it becomes entangled with religion.
I think the absolute unthinking nature of nature, and that in all areas where life exists it is not in harmony or comfort, but a constant state of
discomfort, has given rise to intelligence..
No god required, no intricate simulation needed. Just infinity and time.
edit on 20-5-2013 by winofiend because: (no reason given)