Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by DeeDee, Sep 16, 2018.
back off boogaloo
i am back. in fact i moved away from NYC and i live in downtown baton rouge now.
i have finished traveling for the moment. i ended up traveling to 74 countries in total, then moved to baton rouge, now i go to LSU games with my dad.
Glad to See You
i dunno that the evidence supports this theory
wow, 74 countries. Do you have a top 5 or so list to recommend?
Did you go to Guyana? I was in and out of there for a couple of years with a project. They have the highest single drop waterfall in the world.
my favorite place is hong kong. its spectacular.
i have not been to guyana. been nearby to venezuela. it was sketchy.
I think the evidence for living in a simulation, circumstantial it may be, has become substantial
1) Elon's favorite: Nick Bostrom's Ancestor simulation theory. In summary "....if we don't think that we are currently living in a computer simulation, we are not entitled to believe that we will have descendants who will run lots of such simulations of their forebears." We're relatively quickly going to arrive where we can produce Ancestor simulations. Why would you think we're the first?
2) Fermi's paradox: We're a relatively young species in a very old universe. We're seeing billions of years in the past with no signs of intelligent life. "Where is everybody?". This doesn't make sense.
3) Quantum mechanics oddities. Experiments confirm that reality does not exist until we observe it. Frustrum culling equals Quantum Uncertainty.
4) EVERYTHING in the universe, including life, is mathematical and can be driven down to binary code. God is a divine programmer.
tirk was right. A third world shithole.
@LSU_4_LIFE this is another dude who can probably give you some great NYC tips. He has probably been to Legends too.