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The Universe is a Virtual Reality

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posted on Feb, 10 2010 @ 05:28 AM
The universe is virtual and we are a singular consciousness experiencing these different realities.

Materialism has truly blinded mankind from our true nature. Materialism tells us there's an objective universe but science tells us there's not one.

Many scientist "believe" in materialism. They think they will find a theory that will explain how dead matter became aware of itself and this is just wishful thinking.

If you want to know the nature of reality, look to the computer.

The universe we see is the output of information and computation. The universe is like the pixels we see on the computer screen.

I build websites on the side and the website you see is just the output of the program. The pixelation just allows the information to manifest. The pixelation doesn't create the information. The pixelation doesn't create the program.

This is essentially what materialist are saying. They are saying the pixelation created the information as well as gave rise to consciousness.

The universe is a sea of positive and negative charges. These charges are qubits or 1's and 0's. The information and computation manifests in the classical world. Our universe is a program.

This is why nobody has ever touched something we call matter.

You never touch a hard table or a soft pillow. The electrons from the table or the pillow repel against the electrons in your hand and you percieve things like a hard table or a soft pillow.

The electron is considered a point particle. This mean it doesn't take up any space yet it has mass, spin and charge.

So this is the problem. We try to think of things like point particles in the context of classical objects. Logic tells us if something doesn't take up any space then it doesn't exist.

So how can electrons be here or there when science tells us they are not here or there but everywhere?

What this means is that you have to look at the universe like a bitmap. The classical world will become more and more grainy and quantized as we look closer and closer.

So everything we see is the same just at different resolutions.

So that table is the same as the pillow and the pillow is the same as the TV. We just percieve these things differently because of information, resolution and computation.

posted on Feb, 10 2010 @ 05:49 AM
reply to post by Matrix Rising

The Universe is an Energy Field Grid, a holographic matrix of Energy, we are Energy beings existing in different dimensions of time-space having the experience of duality within the physical body-suits we have elected to wear for this lifetime-space. We all exist of the same nature, which is Energy.

E = MC2 (Everything is Energy - Einstein)

The Unified Field Theory (Quantum Physicists)

"We Are All One and the Same" (Spiritualists and Metaphysicians)

Awesome thread.

Google link search Universal Laws

[edit on 10-2-2010 by kiwitina948]

posted on Feb, 10 2010 @ 06:31 AM
I have to ask if this makes any sense?

If everyone but 1 person was wiped out would all things be the same as before?

I mean "collective consciesness" makes me think that all items ar of a form because since the start of human time we have been programming what a table looks like and what food tastes like?

So you are born into a evolving programme "learning programme" where simple things like wood are set in stone so you can make what you have to of the wood and it will look the same to all!

So the world is set in terms of material objects in it due to the collective moulding by collective consceisess.

But if all were wiped out but 1 then would anything be possible as you had the only mind of this world?
You could move a house if u wanted by any means you saw fit as there would be no resistance from the collective consciencness as you would be the whole collective?

Now that is AWAY out there so be kind but its just a thought that cannot ever be proven but maybe when a man lifts a car off somebody it is their overwhelming desire that overrides the program?

And its one of the reasons the "controllers" have to control how the sheeple think, as their collective beliefs and thoughts are dangerous?


posted on Feb, 10 2010 @ 07:34 AM
We might be in a virtual reality but as our perception of the reality matters the most to us as human beings does it make any difference.

posted on Feb, 10 2010 @ 07:44 AM

Originally posted by Matrix Rising
The universe is virtual and we are a singular consciousness experiencing these different realities.
If you want to know the nature of reality, look to the computer.

Computers are people.

IBM hires computers.

Virtues are paradigms of being virtual.

In the beginning, nothing could pass through the wall, and the wall was virtual.

Some tried to say the wall was metaphorical, I think this thread begs differently.

[edit on 10-2-2010 by dzonatas]

posted on Feb, 10 2010 @ 07:51 AM

Originally posted by kiwitina948
E = MC2 (Everything is Energy - Einstein)

That's not virtual, and Einstein didn't say everything is energy (as proof in the equation itself).

E=mcc is a general law to follow if one creates their own universe. Einstein basically wrote the general bible on the speed limit of your universe if you want to ride along with the bandwagon of those that want their own universe to work together with other universes.... the multiverse and metaverse.

[edit on 10-2-2010 by dzonatas]

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