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Nebula Simulation Hypothesis

The Nebula simulation hypothesis envisages that our reality (the human society and beyond - existence of the Earth and the Universe) is, in fact, an artificial simulation - everything is part of an unimaginably complex computer program created by an external agent called ‘God'. We call this entity 'Zella' and the massive simulation computer 'Zell'.

Humans Really Are Made of Stardust: The six most common elements of life on Earth (including more than 97 percent of the mass of a human body) are carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, sulphur and phosphorus. Those same elements are abundant at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. It is quite obvious we are living inside a video game.

Are we living in a computer simulation? The answer is 'yes'.
Can you prove we are not?

A rainbow is computer code in the sky. It is the subroutines of sunshine and the classifications of colour.

The Universe Is A Mathematical Structure

Max Tegmark is a Swedish-American cosmologist currently teaching at MIT.

In Tegmark's view, everything in the universe, humans included is part of a mathematical structure. All matter is made up of particles, which have properties such as charge and spin, but these properties are purely mathematical, he says. And space itself has properties such as dimensions, but is still ultimately a mathematical structure.

Our external physical reality is a mathematical structure. That is, the physical universe is not merely described by mathematics, but is mathematics (specifically, a mathematical structure). Mathematical existence equals physical existence, and all structures that exist mathematically exist physically as well. Observers, including humans, are "self-aware substructures". In any mathematical structure complex enough to contain such substructures, they "will subjectively perceive themselves as existing in a physically 'real' world".
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Ordinary minds cannot perceive or even understand the true nature of things.


Presentation Slides

Download Haja's Mo presentation on Simulation Hypothesis. He explains the reasons why we live in a computer simulation. Interesting read.