The Simulation Hypothesis: An MIT Computer Scientist Shows Why AI, Quantum Physics and Eastern Mystics All Agree We Are In a Video Game

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Is what we think we know, the truth? According to icons such as Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking, and Neil deGrasse Tyson, they believe that it could be quite possible that our lives are not as black and white as we have been led to believe. These men think it is more than possible that we are experiencing The Simulation Hypothesis. According to this hypothesis, we are living in a computer-like reality in which our everyday lives are part of a simulation, much like what was portrayed in the blockbuster hit, The Matrix. Ideas such as the Quantum Indeterminacy and Quantum Entanglement are discussed, and how they correlate with eastern and western religion and worldviews.

Being a computer programmer, Rizwan Virk understands the inner workings of computer programs; with this knowledge, his research presented in this book is valid and durable. The information made available will be better able to be understood by those already with an interest in the science fiction genre. Virtual reality is explored, as well as many ideas dealing with computer-programing and pixelation. Only time will tell what the true answers are.


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Author Rizwan Virk
Star Count 4/5
Format Trade
Page Count 300 pages
Publisher Bayview Books
Publish Date 2019-04-15
ISBN 9780983056904
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Issue October 2019
Category Philosophy
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