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This has led us to believe in “simulation theory”. Did we, like Neo, come out of a Matrix movie that lives in highly conscious luxury or post-human computer simulations? Such a theory emerges because of the strange things that happen in our world.
1) The Mandela Effect:
Even though Nelson Mandela actually died in 2013, some claim to remember television reports from the 1980s. So, I think the “Mandela effect” is evidence that the head of the simulation is changing the past (or evidence of this parallel universe, some individuals say from one universe where Mandela died in the 80’s to our universe where he lived to 95). An additional example of this phenomenon is that Berenstein Bears’ children’s book series is written “Bernstein,” while another series is reminiscent of the nonexistent 1990s film Shazaam, which starred comedian Sinbad as the Genie.
2) There are No Aliens. Seriously?
We’ve spent billions of dollars to send spacecraft to space, but perhaps we’ve found evidence of extraterrestrial life so far? Not too fast: I think it’s very likely that the aliens are far more technologically advanced than we are. Therefore, the fact that the aliens were not found suggests that the simulation is alive that they have figured out a way to escape. Or the computers we are using only have enough RAM to simulate one planetary civilization at a time.
3) Videogames look like real life:
Elon Musk believes in the Nick Bostrom simulation hypothesis. The hypothesis is that if humanity can survive long enough to create the technology to perform convincing reality simulations, then there will be many simulated realities, as many of these simulations will be generated, and a “basic reality” – statistically speaking, is not relevant to current simulations. I think it is highly likely that you are participating According to Musk, further proof that we’re living in the Matrix I mean look how cool video games are these days. In 2016, he explained that Forty years ago, we had a phone. Two squares and a dot. Forty years later, we had realistic 3D that millions of people were playing at the same time. Assuming a certain rate of improvement, the game will be indistinguishable from reality even if its development rate is 1,000 lower than it is now. It’s only natural that you’re on track to get your hands on a game that’s indistinguishable from reality. The odds of us being in basic reality are thought to be one in a billion.
4) Electrons act as particles. Against Quantum physics:
In the famous double-slit experiment in physics, electrons are emitted from a photosensitive screen through a slit in a copper plate, producing an interference pattern that generally behaves like a wave. However, while observing similar experiments, the electrons have no waves, behave like particles, and have no interference patterns. Some think that it means that the simulation saves the resource and only sees that it is looking at a particular item and renders it.
5) DNA that has a Computer Virus:
In 2017, an interdisciplinary team at the University of Washington demonstrated that malicious computer code can be embedded in the physical chain of DNA. Their goal was to show that computers running on gene sequencing are vulnerable to attack. But they may also have inadvertently revealed that what we perceive as biological reality continues to be computer code.
6) Why we have ‘Rules’ in our Universe?
As proof that we live in video games, MIT cosmologist Max Daegu Marc points out to the fullest the strict laws of physics in the universe. This theory states that the speed of light (the fastest speed a particle can travel) is the rate limit for transferring information within a simulation network.
7) Easier to prove than disapprove:
It might be better to prove that we are participating in the simulation than to prove that we are not. Zohreh Davoudi of nuclear physics believes that cosmic rays (the most energetic particles known to humans) are represented in simulations as equal masses of pixels, and in basic reality as infinite speed of light. Meanwhile, it is possible to prove to New York University philosopher David Chalmers that we do not live in the Matrix. The evidence we get is no evidence that all simulations are not participating in simulations.
8) It makes more sense than “Ghosts”.
The super-incident is not an encounter with a ghost or a foreigner, but a flaw in the simulation. This theory is the most explored theory in Reddit forums like Are We Living in a Simulation and Glitch in the Matrix. Here, users explore great philosophical ideas about the details of strange and mysterious things. One day there is a store in the city, but it’s not. Descriptions include slips and pop-ups between parallel timelines. Car passengers see the word “rendering” from heaven, as if they were entering a new part of a video game. Elevators are a frequent setting in glitch stories. Jumping between layers will encourage slipping within the dimension.
9) We already know the “bricks” of our matrix:
According to simulation believers, we have already discovered Planck length, a component of the pixel-sized universe (where the concepts of gravity and space-time have not been applied). When our world is simulated, the Planck length is the same as a bit of information or pixel
10) We are already good at making simulations and getting even better:
In 2014, the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics connected 8,000 computers to create a space simulation of 350 million light-years and digitally aged over 13 billion years. The Sims video game franchise has sold over 125 million copies in the first decade. We also show that we are also interested in using simulation. It’s not surprising that we decided to use this once we had the ability to create more realistic simulations than future versions of humanity.
11) Quarks have a Computer Code:
The seemingly crazy theoretical physicist James Gates claims to have identified what appears to be the actual computer code contained in the string theory equations that describe the basic particles of the universe. He said, “Error correction code-this is what causes the [web] browser to work. So why did you include it in the equation you were studying about quarks and electrons, supersymmetry?”
12) Yanny vs. Laurel- remember anything?
Remember that in 2015 all of us saw the same picture, some saw blue dresses and some saw gold dresses, so the world flipped and hyotodon? Or is it the failure of Yanny vs Laurel in 2018? (In 2016, there was also the following explosive blue-gold-white flip-flop discussion.) What do you do with pitch, volume and saturation? This discussion has made one thing clear. Each of us lives in our own world. No, really. What we actually perceive is a simulation made by the brain to help us process the parts of the data we are actually receiving (using past experience).
This also shows the way of us perceiving this world. Imagine you are at your home. In that point according to quantum laws of simulating the reality your workplace doesn’t exist right at the moment. The only time you perceive it and see it through your matter eye those places appear as a refractory phenomenon. The truth is like in front of us but, different than we think the world is. The thing is that we have not understood many things in our world and that’s fine because when the right time comes, the Nature itself will reveal it’s secret to us. All we have to do is keep on searching for answers in our minds. Because, if not us then who will give a message to our future generations to become curious because in life everything is a miracle. One needs to enjoy that in the same frequency as we do. So, spread positivity, share happiness and have a great day.