posted on Dec, 17 2013 @ 10:21 AM
reply to post by texasyeti
Your using digital gaming as allegory for physical reality. You are right, especially if you believe in the Holomovement Physics model and look at
the way we experience what is around us.
As above, so below. Even Christians should dig this because, if we were made in their god's image, wouldn't we eventually want to create things in
the way that he did? "Playing god" is always said like it's a bad thing but it's actually just fulfilling that godly mold we were supposedly made
I don't mean to plug one of my threads (it's not like we get royalties from them) but my signature has a link "The Really Real World" which
discusses exactly how that's possible when viewing all the different ways that the standard physics model simply doesn't make sense.
You are on to something, I think. Personally, I think it's a way to allow for most beliefs and it would solve many religious disputes if it were
ever accepted by mainstream physicists as a standard theory. It's why I can have my own religious beliefs yet not discount beliefs that others may
have. If accepted, it would be a truly "unifying" physics model on many levels.