All throughout history there's always been a lot of people that have had a hard time excepting the reality of reality. From the Buddhist idea that we are living in Illusion, to the Gnostic notion that this universe is a false copy of a higher realm, Edgar Allen Poe's dream within a dream, Plato's world of Ideas, Carl Jung's Archetypes, and the list could go on.
Simulation Theory is a modern way of addressing this old problem. It is based on technological and scientific advances, and arguably provides a better model of the cosmos than has previously existed. It is, however, just a model. Our species has a habit of projecting our latest technology onto the universe- whether it be a spoken command, a written word, a clock work universe, or a quantum bio-computer system.
My thought is that whatever is actually going on is vastly more complicated than what simulation theory has so far come up with, but that this is the best we can explain things right now.
In recent months, scientists have made important strides toward the amazing and quirky world of quantum computing.
"For starters, a quantum computer would be able to store more bits of information in its memory than there are particles in the universe. And where a conventional silicon-based computer handles one computation at a time in sequence, a quantum computer would work on millions at once.
That kind of staggering power would give a single quantum computer the ability to simulate a whole world in a holographic environment..."
Using only biomolecules, scientists have developed and constructed an advanced biological transducer, a computing machine capable of manipulating genetic codes, and using the output as new input for subsequent computations.
Physicist Brian Greene explains how properties at the black hole’s surface—its event horizon—suggest the unsettling theory that our world is a mere representation of another universe, a shadow of the realm where real events take place.
The great sci-fi author and futurist: "Fortunately, there are shortcuts. Even today, most true humans go through life as if they were background characters in some film, with predictable ambitions and reaction sets. The vast majority of my characters can therefore be simplified, while a few are modelled in great detail."
In what could prove to be a major breakthrough in quantum memory storage and information processing, German researchers have frozen the fastest thing in the universe: light. And they did so for a record-breaking one minute.
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