Digital Physicists say "we" are VR now!

TAN2017

Novice Member
Top digital physicists and pioneers on the cutting edge of the unknown say that our reality is not material. That it is information based. This means it is computed. Computed means there is computer code.

And if there's computer code, you will find error correction. What does this mean?

It's a BIGGIE!!!!! Keeping it in the simplest terms possible......

It means that if you detect the presence of computer codes in the laws that describe physics, for that reality, then you've discovered that that reality is indeed a Matrix. Yes, just like in the film "The Matrix", which depicts a world where every thing human beings experience is the product of a virtual-reality-generating computer network.

Equations were actually found in our reality that are called error-correcting block codes. These codes are commonly used to remove errors in computer transmissions to make computer browsers work.

So the odds are high that we are living in a simulated universe, some super technologically advanced virtual reality.

Any thoughts on this from anyone???
 

MikeKay1976

Distinguished Member

Atmos

Well-known Member
Yes you are in the Matrix. Find the tallest building you can, jump off and see how high you bounce when you reach the bottom. Then come back and I'll believe you.
 

TAN2017

Novice Member
My friend, I'm just the messenger........this is what's being discussed right now. By top physicists & scientists all over the world.

If you choose to stay closed minded, that's your choice.

Go back to your dark bedroom, playing your video games and you will continue to get what you always had.

Open your mind and then you shift. And so does your reality around you.
 

Atmos

Well-known Member
Well I don't believe we're living in the Matrix. Even if we're true what's the point of not believing everything's real? For all I know I could be some ones VR Avatar and they're sitting 100 years in the future wearing an advanced one of these.

 

TAN2017

Novice Member
I forgot to include a link to one of the cool games, which you can do through HTC Vive. It's called Audio Shield, and it's VR mixed-reality. This is about 3 minutes long and was taken from You Tube:

 

TAN2017

Novice Member
You're on the right track, my friend :) :) :)

But you need to step outside-of-the-box even more......keep going :) How far down the rabbit hole you go is up to you.

Thanks for the video you provided.......that's great for others to see it too.

If you haven't tried the HTC Vive yourself, you have to.......once you've played some of their games and done some of their experiences, you'll be questioning reality even more. HTC Vive is being used at Virtual Reality Lounges all over now.........one facility I used it at is BreakOut (www.breakoutvr.ca). I could share lots with you here about this particular lounge, but time does not permit me to do so. One experience is you are in a city, with cars all around you. You enter into a building, take the elevator up to the top.........the door opens, a plank shoots out of the elevator.......and you walk out on the plank. Holy crap! I'm not scared of heights, but that scared the sh*t out of me. Seriously. It is like you are out there, thousands of feet up in the air.......with the city below you.

And be prepared for the first time you try this all out, whoever does so (whomever reads this), with something like HTC Vive.........because after 2 hours of doing it for the first time, most people get a headache. Because you are in the simulation, whatever game or experience it is.........then after 2 hours you take off the headset.......and then BAM!......you are back here, in the moment. It messes up your mind, big time......in such a wonderful way!!!!

If you can't find a lounge, don't worry.......they'll be coming to a city near you real soon. That Toronto-based Canadian company, IMAX, which invented the IMAX screen and technology to show jaw-dropping moviescapes on for movies like The Dark Knight, Star Trek and The Avengers, has a new venture......this past January, they launched a virtual-reality arcade in Los Angeles.

Even that Pokemon Go craze. That was a "test" designed and setup to see how the public would react to an augmented reality.

To end, what you suggest that we may be avatars, with someone connected to us 100 years in the future.........your bang on, my friend!!!! This possibility has come up with the digital physicists and scientists too, with them saying in a playful way that you need to be nice to "your programmer", or else they'll shut you down :) :) :) I think there is a little more to this than that.......but we'll leave that for another time.
 

MikeKay1976

Distinguished Member
I have a rift, my mate owns a vive.... indeed it has plenty of incredible experiences..... but it has never and i suspect will never make me question the fabric of reality.... indeed i would say that could even be considered the 1st step towards what the daily mail type gutter press like to fear monger about videogames making people lose all perception of reality and therefore do something stupid.
 

TAN2017

Novice Member
Hey M.K. ........no fear mongering going on whatsoever. This would never make it to any media or press anyhow.......it's too soon for that. The physicists and scientists looking at all of this are the same ones who originally tried to break things down to the smallest particle they could find, for this reality........what ended up happening is they just discovered there are no particles, only energy. Then from there, they said this energy is information.........one's and zero's. And that this means our reality......yes, our reality ......is made up of computer code. Meaning what you are looking at all around you are just 1's and 0's. They say our reality is a consciously driven digital simulation of some sort. Now how you get from 1's and 0's.......to actual video games and VR stuff that you and I are doing now........that gap is THE BIG QUESTION. And yeah, people can get lost in playing their video games and think it is so real, that they may do something deemed stupid. Yet the reverse has happened too.......i know people who have played their VR games and have experienced stuff so profound, that they don't dare share it publicly, because they know people would laugh at them and not believe them.......things like where their VR game leaked into this reality. And i'm not talking about some game-obsessed teenager who has spent too many hours at the keyboard. They are squeaky clean mentally stable adults with friends and loved ones, a full time job, and a house of their own.......in short, they have a life. Yet when they do VR games, there are times when it does these strange things, like leaking into this reality. It's all being played around with right now too......so stay tuned my friend :)
 

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