posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 11:24 PM
you say there is no evidence to prove that it exists. Maybe we dont have the technology to detect it.What if the evidence is so uniform with the very
fabric of our cosmos, that we might not even have powerful enough energy sources to detect?. Sometimes what we perceive as the impossible is so
We can have a person here in ATS verify my precognitive ability by actually making a real action that I can "see and hear" and I must say the action
before the person even do the act but he or she must still continue acting else, it might cause some unpredictable temporal paradox as if I didn't
see the action at all and ruin the experiment..
..But first, they must write down this action that they will perform. For this to work, the written action must be kept secret to me.
But the real problem is performing the action at precisely around 10 seconds after the precognitive episode. Then I must say the action within those
10 seconds and it should match the action that is about to be performed. Since I can't know when I'll have the episode and it doesn't always
happen at the same month or day and with very little window of opportunity - 10 seconds. It may be impossible to do it.
It would be more feasible to stick monitoring instruments around me designed to detect temporal anomalies like extremely accurate timekeeping devices.
High energy radiation like X-rays or Gamma rays also manifest around significant effects of time dilation (General Relativity) and the reverse -
radio waves. But for information to travel backwards in time, we might expect an entirely different form of radiation.
Originally posted by Nightaudit
And even if we were, how could that possibly matter? If we can be born, live and die in this system without ever knowing that we are in it, then what
would be the point?
There is none.
If you use your imagination, you can think of countless possibilities why it might matter.
I could give you one:
What if the Architect of a simulated world doesn't design Artificial Intelligence by a restrictive set of parameters and goals they absolutely cannot
deviate from as you normal computer programmers do?
What if they use a simulated world to "mold" artificial intelligence for them? What if instead of using set parameters, they use random variables
to simulate life who can make choice for themselves?
What if the Architect only chooses to save programs who has "evolved" to the point that they will courageously uphold benevolent principles even if
it means going against the world - the virtual nemesis they created for the purpose?
This could potentially mean, if we are programs indeed and instead of fighting for a good cause we allow ourselves to be corrupted by the virtual
nemesis - the world just to survive and live like most anybody else. Only means one thing, such programs are prone to corruption and they cannot be
relied upon to uphold benevolence if that is the purpose of the program and be able to exercise free will at the same time. They cannot be saved,
will be deleted or even be recycled for the purpose of testing programs who would be worthy of use to the Architect.