posted on May, 31 2013 @ 06:25 AM
What is life as a human being really all about and what view of it can explain all the inexplicable aspects of life, like all the UFO sightings
without concrete proof or why people all over the world see large, hairy human-like creatures and not pink elephants, orange dragons nor flying pigs?
Think about this - have you ever played computer games? I have played computer games since before computers had graphics. They started out as
text-based games. Since then they have come a long way in realism and strive to be more immersive and life-like. In the past 35 years such games
have made huge strides.
Not imagine what computer games will be in 100 years from now. Writers have imagine and written about the extremely realistic "holo-decks" aboard
starships in the Star Trek series, which are virtually indistinguishable from real life. Now imagine what such 'games' might be like a million
or a hundred million
years from now...
Imagine that beings are actually immortal and how tedious and boring existence might become after just a few thousand years. Let's imagine that games
for such an advanced, long lived race involved temporarily erasing one's memory for the duration of the 'game' and then inserting the player's
awareness into the simulation with no knowledge of and prior existence.
All the unexplained phenomena are just diversions to keep us occupied and trying to figure out unimportant things rather than the true nature of
Maybe life is just an ultra-advanced game...
edit on 31-5-2013 by TheFlash because: (no reason given)