Who said there are no scientists at NASA with an open mind?
NASA scientist offers you to live in a hologram created by advanced alien species.
What if everything that you have ever done or will do is simply a product of high-tech computer code? Each link, every feeling, every memory could be formed by banks of supercomputers.
It was an intriguing theory first proposed by Nick Bostrom, professor of the Philosophy Department of Oxford University and founding director of the Institute of the Future of Humanity and the Program for the Impact of Future Technologies at the Martin Oxford School, there are several scientists who subscribe to this theory.
MessageToEagle.com previously reported how Rich Terrile, director of the Center for Evolutionary Computing and Computer-Aided Design at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, suggested that our creator is a space programmer.
This would mean that we live in a holographic world, and everything around us, including ourselves, is not real. Rich Terril, still adheres to his opinion. At this point, NASA’s fastest supercomputers are coming off at twice the speed of the human brain, NASA scientist scientist said.
If you make a simple calculation using the Moors law [which roughly states that computers are doubling in power every two years], you will find that these supercomputers for a decade will be able to calculate the entire human life of 80 years, including every thought conceived during this life in For a month.
In quantum mechanics, particles do not have a definite state, if they are not observed.
Many theorists have spent a lot of time trying to understand how you explain this.
One explanation is that we lived in a simulation, seeing what we need to see when we need to see it.
I’m inspired by the fact that even if we are in a simulation or many orders of magnitude below the simulation levels, somewhere along the line something escaped from the original mud to become us, and lead to a simulation that made us and it’s cool.
The idea that our universe is a fantasy generated by computer code solves a series of inconsistencies and mysteries about the cosmos, such as, for example, our search for extraterrestrial life and the mystery of dark matter.
Nevertheless, there are those who believe that the theory of the Matrix is erroneous. The theory seems to be based on the assumption that superminds will do the same as we do, says Professor Peter Millikan, who teaches philosophy and computer science at Oxford University.
If they think that this world is a simulation, then why do they think that super-minds that are outside of the simulation will be limited by the same thoughts and methods as we are?
They assume that the final structure of the real world can not be a grid, and that superminds would have to realize the virtual world using grids.
We can not conclude that the grid structure is a proof of the pretended reality only because our ways of realizing the pretended reality are related to the grid.
Nevertheless, Professor Millikan believes that it is worth exploring the idea.
It’s an interesting idea, and its healthy to have some crazy ideas, he told The Telegraph.
You do not want to censor ideas depending on whether they seem reasonable or not, because sometimes important new achievements seem crazy to begin with.
You never know when good ideas can come from thinking outside the box.
This thought experiment of the Matrix is actually a bit like the ideas of Descartes and Berkeley hundreds of years ago. Even if there is nothing in it, the fact that you are used to thinking about crazy things can mean that at some point you will be thinking about something that may initially seem like a weekend, but it does not turn out to be generally crazy.