Do you know the study of odd numbers? and if you are a human student, you would’ve surely heard about Gravity Constants? 1x, 3x, 5x..? right?- We, Humans are currently having the gadget known as smartphone which is almost 1/4 of an inch and it can still give you the knowledge of the whole world (if you know how to take out) in just your palm. Moving towards topic…
Odd numbers play a crucial roles in our lives somewhere right? Then what are basically even no.’s? They can form pairs and can be described by 2n…the same equation that describes a part (diploid) human formation.
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In an influential paper that laid out the theory, the Oxford philosopher Nick Bostrom showed that at least one of three possibilities is true:
1) All human-like civilizations in the universe go extinct before they develop the technological capacity to create simulated realities;
2) if any civilizations do reach this phase of technological maturity, none of them will bother to run simulations;
3) advanced civilizations would have the ability to create many, many simulations, and that means there are far more simulated worlds than non-simulated ones.
Everybody in this world knows the tech giant CEO Elon Musk. You know or not, he owns
Although people also promote this spectacular comment 😉 that Elon Musk company will take over the world soon. as seen above Elon has a company for almost every technology to offer at low cost. Now coming closer to the topic,-
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Can humans simulate a species?
Okay, before discussing lemme give you the reasons why some scientists believe we are in a simulation-
1. Electrons That Can Make Up Their Minds
You have surely heard about the famous Double Slit experiment, In which, electrons are fired at a photosensitive screen through slits in a copper plate, usually producing an interference pattern that indicates wavelike behavior. But when the same experiment is conducted under observation, electrons behave like particles, not waves, and there’s no interference pattern. Some have taken this to mean our simulation is conserving its resources and rendering certain things only when it knows we’re looking at them. That said, the possibilities suggested by this project are equally fascinating and terrifying to contemplate.
2. DNA That Contains a Computer Virus
Look at this Screenshot from TechCrunch, Explaining how the DNA Experiment was done. Read the full article here –
In 2017, a multidisciplinary group of researchers at the University of Washington proved that they could embed malicious computer code into physical strands of DNA. Their aim was to show that computers working in gene sequencing were vulnerable to attack. But they may also have inadvertently revealed that what we perceive to be biological reality was in fact computer code all along.
3. Video Games That Look Like Real Life
Now this comes again to my recent article- Neuralink Can Upgrade Human Brain Without Physical Contact. in which i described how can AI be a harm to Humans soon. Elon Musk is a believer in Nick Bostrom’s simulation hypothesis, which posits that if humanity can survive long enough to create technology capable of running convincing simulations of reality, it will create many such simulations and therefore there will be lots of simulated realities and only one “base reality” — so statistically it’s probably more likely we live in a simulation right now. Further proof that we live in the Matrix, according to Musk, is how cool video games are these days. In 2016, he explained: “40 years ago, we had Pong. Two rectangles and a dot. Now, 40 years later, we have photorealistic 3D with millions playing simultaneously. If you assume any rate of improvement at all, then the games will become indistinguishable from reality, even if that rate of advancement drops by 1,000 from what it is now. It’s a given that we’re clearly on a trajectory that we’re going to have games that are indistinguishable from reality. It would seem to follow that the odds that we’re in base reality is 1 in billions.”
4. It’s Actually Possible to Prove We’re Living in a Simulation
It may be easier to prove that we’re living in a simulation than to prove we’re not. Nuclear physicist Zohreh Davoudi believes that cosmic rays — the most energetic particles known to man — would appear as pixel-like chunks if we are within a simulation, and unending beams if we’re in base reality. Meanwhile, NYU philosopher David Chalmers doubts it’s possible to prove that we don’t live in the Matrix: “You’re not going to get proof that we’re not in a simulation, because any evidence that we get could be simulated.”
We’re Already Good at Making Simulations, and We’re Getting Even Better
In 2014, the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics connected 8,000 computers to create a 350 million light-year simulation of our universe and digitally aged it over 13 billion years. That The Sims video-game franchise has sold over 125 million copies in its first decade shows we’re interested in playing with simualtions, too. If and when a future version of humanity finds themselves with the ability to create more realistic simulations, it wouldn’t be a surprise if they opted to use it.
After reading this article i guess you will have a got a fair reasoning intelligence,why we might be living in Simulation. And as always thanks for reading. A boomer for you!
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