Is Reality Just an Illusion? The Case for the Simulation Hypothesis

Some of the tech industry’s sharpest minds have concluded that we are living in a simulation.

Tesla and SpaceX founder, Elon Musk, floated out the idea that is completely independent from base reality.

Musk’s willingness to question reality is important as he is allegedly in cahoots with members of the government-backed World Economic Forum (WEF), an organization that is supposedly hell-bent on depopulation, social control, and “pod-life” in which we all live in cramped apartments while eating a diet strictly consisting of bugs.

Physicists working for the federal government may be aware that we exist in a computer simulation and use intermediaries like Musk to condition the public in the years leading up to an unsettling disclosure of the truth.

It Appears Government Elites Understand Reality Better Than the Rest of Us

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If government physicists uncovered information that indicated life is a simulation, they probably wouldn’t share that finding with the unwashed masses as doing so would likely cause mass psychosis.

Though few know it, former President Trump’s uncle, John G. Trump, worked as a nuclear physicist for the federal government in the 1950s and 1960s.

In his role as a government nuclear physicist, John Trump was given Nicola Tesla’s research for analysis.

Moreover, there are rumors that John also worked on the infamous Philadelphia Experiment in which a Navy ship allegedly disappeared while traveling through time.

Could it be possible that government physicists like John Trump have understood the true nature of reality for several decades?

Might it also be possible that high-ranking political figures such as Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and the Clintons are hand-selected by members of an intricate deep state web that keeps secrets from the public?

If the conspiracy theory outlined above were true, academicians might eventually piece together the puzzle of our potentially simulated reality and share that information with the public.

As an example, University of Maryland physicist James Gates insists he has evidence that our reality consists of data in the form of 0s and 1s that comprise computer code.

Gates claims our reality consists of computer code that is programmed with inherent error correction similar to the code used for video games.

Take a deep dive into Gates’ work and you’ll find supersymmetry equations contain similar code, meaning there is likely merit to the string theory approach to understanding reality.

It is possible that Gates and other physicists in favor of the simulation theory such as Nick Bostrom, are playing catch-up with government officials who’ve understood the true nature of reality for years or even decades.

If Gates’ calculations and findings are accurate, the fabric of our reality consists of error-correcting code designed to guarantee the accuracy of transmitted data, ensuring the game called life looks and feels like base reality.

The Argument Against Simulation Theory is Just as Convincing

If you scoff at the idea that our shared reality is nothing more than a computer game, rest easy as you are not alone in your crowd.

Even if physicists like Gates and Bostrom are correct in stating that error-correcting code and mathematical structures underlie our reality, it is not proof that we live inside of a computer.

Rational and logical minds take comfort in knowing that the question of whether we exist within a simulation is merely speculative.

Moreover, the current scope of scientific inquiry is not expansive enough to determine if our reality is a simulation.

The bottom line is it is nearly impossible to test the simulation hypothesis at the current moment.

Though Gates’ findings seem to have some merit, there is no empirical evidence to prove we are not living in base reality.

Moreover, if reality is nothing more than a historical simulation or computer game, one is justified in questioning the reasoning for writing such code.

If the programmer of our reality is an unseen entity, why wouldn’t it be completely benevolent?

The potential to the answer to the troubling question posed above might be uncomfortable for some: spiritual growth.

Souls might willingly choose to attach to the central nervous systems of human bodies to experience the roller coaster ride that is the human experience.

UFOs Might be Evidence of Quantum Tinkering in Our Computed Reality

Those who’ve witnessed UFOs often describe them as entities consisting of light that manifest out of thin air, disappear in a fraction of a second, and defy the laws of physics.

Might it be possible that such lights are the manifestation of a programmer’s tinkering at the quantum level?

Physicists have achieved limited time and spatial travel using two connected subatomic particles through teleportation.

In plain terms, this means it is possible to link two microscopic particles, using one as a metaphorical anchor at one point in time and space while the other is moved through time/space as desired.

The most interesting aspect of the quantum physics accomplishment detailed above is that it occurs without compromising the particles, meaning the physical structure of the subatomic particles that make up everything around us.

Moreover, photonics experts are encoding information into particles of light, referred to as photons, for quantum computing and other purposes.

Some physicists and experts of all things fringe are deducing that UFOs are photons moved through time and space by an unseen programmer.

It is also possible that UFOs are covert messages or tinkering on behalf of our future selves at a point in time when we better understand the nature of our potentially computed reality including the physics of time travel.

A Photonic Reality?

If the assertions made above are true or even slightly true, it appears that we might reside in a simulation.

If such is the case, individual consciousness, analogous to the soul or spirit, might be a compilation of data encoded into individual photons that attach to the central nervous systems of human bodies.

Those interested in the “big questions” of life have delved into uncomfortable topics such as the ugliness of war, near-death experiences, and reports of the afterlife.

Vietnam soldiers equipped with specialized vision goggles reported sightings of the spirit world, likely consisting of photons that cannot be seen by the naked eye as they are not on the visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Moreover, there have been some anecdotal reports of lights emerging from human bodies during plane crashes.

Photons of light have the potential to become visible when saturated with moisture or amid wavelength alterations that determine color.

If consciousness consists of information encoded into photons, the entirety of our reality may be information.

An information-based reality equates to a computer game of sorts in which a master programmer intentionally redirects photons as desired.

Use your imagination to explore the possibility of an information-based reality and you’ll begin to consider the potential for the “game” of life to be saved within the hard drive of an overarching computer, potentially a cotillion times per second.

If such is the nature of our reality, the designer can redirect photons of individual consciousness to individual bodies using highly complex quantum tinkering.

The intentional transmission of individual photons of consciousness across time and space creates endless possibilities for reincarnation.

If we live in a quantum computer, entanglement allows the programmer of our reality to move individuals through different periods of time, meaning it might be possible for everyone to play the role of historical figures or everyday people at different points on the timeline in a “choose your own adventure” style of living.

Fact or Fiction: We Live in a Simulation and the Government Knows It

As time progresses, more and more physicists lean toward the simulation argument.

Though no one but those who comprise the Orwellian “inner party” of government have access to Tesla’s papers and the details of the Philadelphia Experiment, it appears that the feds might also believe we live in a computer.

It might also be possible that the vastness of outer space contains “Easter egg” secrets that reveal the true nature of reality.

In the end, the simulation question is ultimately a highly complex topic that will linger as a fascinating subject of scientific debate for years to come.

3 thoughts on “Is Reality Just an Illusion? The Case for the Simulation Hypothesis”

  1. Gotta say Agent Johnson, you’re hitting some interesting notes with the whole photonic reality bit. Not entirely sold on it tho. How does this tie into the daily grind? Feels like we might be missing some of the picture here. If we’re in a computed reality, does that change anything about how we should live our day-to-day?

    1. That’s an intriguing point, but have you considered the implications of quantum physics here? The way particles can be in two places at once, could that support the idea of a simulation?

  2. I’ve never really gotten into the whole UFO talk, but the way Agent Johnson linked it to quantum tinkering in our reality is kinda fascinating. Makes you wonder if maybe these ‘UFO sightings’ could be glitches or experiments in our ‘simulation’. Wild stuff, but it sure makes you think about the bigger picture, right?

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