Closer to Virtual Reality: Extraterrestrials and the Simulation Hypothesis

In my opinion that the Simulation Hypothesis – the hypothesis that we ‘live’ as digital beings inside a simulated landscape in a very computer – is the most probable speculation when it comes to choosing between differing possibilities of reality. However , the key word revolves around what I “believe”. I cannot show that the Simulation Hypothesis is the be-all-and-end-all of our reality – not yet at least though I’m working on that will. Thus, I must keep an open mind to the possibility that our reality isn’t very virtual but really real. Meanwhile my pontificating on the aliens-are-here, the UFO extraterrestrial hypothesis and associated, is to be examined here in that virtuelle wirklichkeit scenario.

# Virtual Aliens: If the Simulation Hypothesis is correct, what would it mean for aliens to be here? It would mean no more and no less than what would it mean for the simulated couch to be in your simulated living room or a simulated tree inside your simulated front yard or a simulated criminal to pickpocket your simulated pocket. You’re asking a question about the motivation of whoever programmed into our own simulated landscape the this, as well as the that and the next thing too including the concept of simulated anomalous lights in the sky and simulated extraterrestrials having their wicked way with a select few of all of us. I have no idea what their inspiration might be.

I suggest though that one has to perhaps look at things through the eyes of our very own simulated beings part-and-parcel of our simulated landscapes in our video gaming. What would these virtual creatures that we have programmed think of all the bits-and-pieces that we have included in their virtual entire world? Why is this guy shooting at me? Why is this monster lurking within the shadows? Why is this Little Eco-friendly Man abducting and raping our daughter? Do we not include aliens, and all manner of alien connections in our own video games? Have we not created video games that tools meant to around “Star Trek” and “Star Wars” and their associated extraterrestrials? So , if we do it, what’s the matter with what someone (or something) might include in the programming of our simulation and simulated landscape?

Okay, that is hardly a question that discounts the presence of aliens in the here and now about what you would call our really genuine reality.

# The Supreme Programmer: It could well be the fact that as far as our Supreme Programmer – the he / she / it / all of them responsible for creating our virtual reality – is concerned, we are just trivia. Issue Supreme Programmer has designed 100s or thousands of simulated universes plus landscapes, then yes, we’re unimportant. But then so to is any simulation or video game that we create. You buy an off-the-shelf video game and isn’t really all of the contents really trivial? But back to simulated aliens. Since we now have programmed hundreds of video games that function aliens, and produced hundreds of movies and TV episodes (cinema being just another form of simulation) that featured ET, some made even before the start of the modern UFO era, why should we all (Royal We) and why should you (as in just you) raise eyebrows in the thought that our Supreme Programmer(s) featured aliens? Many forms of what passes for entertainment is trivial. Our science fiction novels and brief stories feature aliens by the bucketful who don’t “have to travel by means of space, time, space-time, or even a psychological space to get “here”. ” Well actually they have to travel via a mental space – the author’s psychological space or the film producer’s psychological space or the programmer’s mental area. So maybe we’re just enjoyment for the Supreme Programmer, the “we’re” including aliens and UFOs all rounding out the Supreme Programmer’s cosmic landscape.

If we could speak with our video game or simulation characters (or characters written into a story or who appear on the gold screen) – and as you notice, we can’t, yet – they could ask questions very similar to what must exist in the minds of readers right here about why we (the Royal We), their creators, programmed this or that or the next thing within creating their simulated landscape. All of us (the Royal We) might respond that’s the way we wanted it, even if it was trivial, or absurd.

I need point out when dealing with the Simulation Hypothesis that simply no free will exists. The figures in our novels have no free can; the characters in our films have zero free will; the characters within our video games have no free will. If we’re the creation of a Great Programmer, we have no free will. We might have no free will when we boldly go, but as long as we think we have free will then we (Royal We) can be convinced of our boldly going prowess. That by the simply by could equally apply even if we all exist in a really real truth.

But if anyone has digested anything I’ve ever posted about the Simulation Hypothesis, they’d be aware there is a single vast difference between my postulated Supreme Programmer and a supernatural deity, or God if that phrase floats your boat. My postulated Supreme Programmer is a fallible SOB and ‘oops’ happen and absurdities happen. God, being omni this and omni that and omni the next thing wouldn’t create any oops or absurdities.

It is important to contrast a development by a perfect being, an omni-God, whose creation logically would be ideal – no anomalies, no absurdities – and an imperfect becoming like a mortal flesh-and-blood computer developer whose programming would not always be perfect and would probably contain anomalies plus absurdities. The proof of that pudding is it the constant updates and upgrades you get for your PC as well as the information stories that surface from time to time about security programming flaws in software program that allow the less than ethical in our midst to do relatively nasty things to our privacy, our bank accounts, our databases, our private and public institutions, like hacking into the NSA or maybe the CIA, or having the NSA as well as the CIA hack into our PC’s.

But by the by, if anyone were to wish to call the Supreme Programmer, the software/computer programmer responsible for our own Simulated (Virtual Reality) Universe “supernatural”, that’s fine by me so long as it’s not an omni-supernatural he / she or it / they. But what this nitpicking actually contributes to the topic of E. T. and whether or not aliens are, or are not here, within our postulated virtual reality quite escapes myself. I doubt if the readers right here give a damn whether or not a computer programmer can be defined as someone “supernatural”.

# The Twilight Zone: Whoever, whatever, programmed our cosmos and our local landscape had a sense of the ludicrous. Perhaps that’s our Supreme Programmer’s sense of humour coming to the fore. What absurdities? Quantum physics is absurd. The fact that we just can’t come up with a Theory of Everything is silly. An accelerating expansion rate for that cosmos is absurd. Dark Power and Dark Matter are outrageous concepts. Crop circles are absurd (but they’re here). The Loch Ness Monster is absurd (but people report seeing it or even them). Long Delayed Echoes are usually absurd (but verified). Transient Lunar Phenomena are absurd (but verified). Those Martian rock ‘anomalies’ like lizards, rats and skulls are usually absurd (but they have been photographed). Biblical ‘miracles’ are absurd but thousands believe they happened. The SETI “WOW” signal is an absurdity however it happened. There are all manner of archaeological absurdities, but I’ll mention just one — The Temple of Jupiter in Baalbek in modern day Lebanon.
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There are several things that are absurd when it comes to the human species: here’s one – people are the only species where the saying “don’t shoot until you see the whites of their eyes makes actual sense. If photons cannot escape from the Black Hole then neither may gravitons. Gravitons convey the gravitational force which means that Black Holes exert no gravity. A Black Opening without gravity is therefore an absurdity. Then you have quasars that will appear linked but have greatly differing red shifts which is also an absurdity. The missing satellite of Venus, Neith, is another absurdity as in how can satellites vanish? You have actual constants that apparently aren’t : constant that is. Time travel to earlier times is both theoretically possible (General Relativity) and theoretically impossible (paradoxes) – it’s an absurdity to have both something that can be and not be at the same time. Ghosts are absurd however there are probably more sightings of ghosts going back to ancient times than there have been sightings of UFOs. Probably UFOs, the “Greys” and associated are also absurdities, but they exist within good company with the rest of exactly what passes for our simulated cosmic ‘Twilight Zone’.

Here are a few more absurdities to ponder over. There are three decades of elementary particles, yet only one plays any significant role in the cosmos. The other two contribute nothing of substance and structure, so why is there a second and a third era of the elementary particles? In archaeology, the Mesoamerican Olmec massive multi-ton stone heads scream out ‘made in Africa’ or ‘we’re African’, yet there should not have been any kind of cross-cultural contact between Africa plus Central America way back in Olmec days. Such a scenario is considered an absurdity. Lastly, turning once again to human anomalies, we by yourself in all the animal kingdom have a bipedal gait without benefit of a controlling tail. A bipedal gait with no balancing mechanism makes us quite unstable on our feet. We’re super easy to knock over. We can shed our balance, fall down and do yourself a mischief very easily relative to the rest of the animal kingdom. That Mother Nature would certainly select for such an absurdity, can be, well, an absurdity.

Exceptions to the rule, like the human bipedal running, require extra special scrutiny considering that at first glance lone exceptions appear extremely out-of-place and anomalous. Another example is with respect to velocity. Velocities can be added and subtracted with one exception – the speed associated with light. Why is this so? Nobody knows.

Now from the inside of the pc looking out, as virtual beings, we’re able to never know for absolute certain that anomalies or absurdities weren’t designed intentionally or built into the system. But that does not mean we (Royal We) still cannot damn well have suspicions, especially when the anomalies or the absurdities simply keep on mounting up. So there is absolutely no such thing, as some might recommend, of a proven ‘oops’, but presently there certainly can be suspicions that something happens to be screwy somewhere. There couldn’t logically be such suspicions if an omni-God (or equivalent) were the only real option regarding our creation, something that was the case in ancient times prior to computer programming and software simulations had been conceived of in anyone’s philosophy. An omni-God is no longer the only development scenario game in town.

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