Yeah, tell me again how we’re NOT in a simulation…go ahead, I’m listening. Lookup Moore’s Law, understand how fast technology advances, now fast forward 100 years, 200, 500, even 1000 years. We’re already to the point of creating simple AI, and soon will have the ability to create advanced AI and from there superintelligent AI which will be trillions of times smarter than humans. Meaning, if humans are creating such hyper realistic 3D models and in-game physics and procedurally generated virtual reality environments now, what will AI create in the future? What if that already happened and we are already in a simulation? The odds of us living in base reality now is a billion to one. It’s possible that we’re real, but probably unlikely. WE could be the first iteration of biological life forms, or we could be just one of trillions of simulations that have already happened in the past. Is it even possible to know? And if we do figure it out, and we are in a simulation, will that make the simulation correct itself, or is that the point of the simulation? If we’re in a simulation we would likely not be able to get out or see what’s outside of the simulation. Yeah, this seems like a ridiculous and absurd hypothesis, but physics and statistical probability (math, logic, science, evolution) all seem to suggest that the simulation hypothesis is real. Even saying that seems like a counterintuitive contradiction of itself. Is reality a simulation? This is where relativity comes in. Relative to us, a simulated universe would be 100% “real” from our perspective. Our senses would perceive it as real. But…This is unfalsifiable. It’s a logical paradox because you cannot conclude with 100% certainty either way. Therefore it becomes a 50/50 chance. Either it is or it isn’t. Either way we cannot prove or disprove it. It’s a dichotomy. If my logic is flawed then I’d like to know. I’m sure there are plenty of people out there who’d love to refute and debunk my speculative hypotheses.