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by on April 10, 2019
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What if I told you that everything you ever knew was an illusion and that we all live in a simulation?

Rizwan Kirk, an MIT professor stated in a recent interview,

“I would say it’s somewhere between 50 and 100 percent. I think it’s more likely that we’re in simulation than not.”

What is the Simulation Theory?

While it's very complex by it's nature, the idea behind this is that everything humans see around them, including the Earth and the universe, is part of a very sophisticated massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (also known as an MMORPG) and that all the humans are players in this game. There are a number of forms that the theory takes. For example, one suggests that everyone is part of an artificial intelligence simulation, while others suggest everyone is a “player character” in an MMORPG.

Rizwan Kirk, an MIT professor went on to say,

“It’s very possible that whoever created our simulation would like to see, given random choices, where we as a civilization would end up." 

"Would we destroy ourselves?"

"Would we end up creating nuclear weapons?" 

"Would we end up creating our own simulation?"

Where will this simulation end? With humanity destroying itself or will we ever find balance and peace? The only way for us to find out, is to keep playing the game!

#simulation #thematrix #theory

Posted in: Conspiracy, Technology




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