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    Simulation Hypothesis fits with Entropy
    Simulation hypothesis is questioning whether the universe is just a simulation of some sort. Entropy measures the chaos of a system- a closed system generally moves from a simple state to a more complex state.

    Entropy happens because the computation power running "our" simulation has increased. The computer running our simulation could be following a Moores law like trajectory. In the same way our computer games have gone from pong, to Atari, to 64-bit, to the super-duper-nintendos they have now, the universal computer has also been "upgraded" and thus our universal simulation has become "more complex" every time.

    Lets call the computer that is simulating us, the (G)uiding (O)nlooking (D)evice

    Fri, May 23, 2014  Permanent link

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