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MINDBLOWING: Experiment you can do yourselve to proof you are living in some kind of Computer Generated Virtual Reality!

 
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In this topic I want to show a proof that reality is a projected world, created on the fly by some advanced computer or mind.

The fact that quantum states exist make me think that we really are living in a simulation.


1. Reality which you do not observe, is in a superposition It's every possibilty at once. Indeed, the cup on your table is there and not there at once.

It has been proven that in fact there is nothing, until you observe it. Only when you are observing something with your senses, it pops into existence. Look for the "Double Slit Experiment" which proves this.

For those who don't know what it is: watch this short cartoon first:
[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

This experiment has also been proven to work with something as big as molecules.

So what do we know now? Matter can be everything, every possibilty, until you observe it.

2. The images you see are not a stream. They are seperate frames stitched together
What we see is not analog, not seamless: It's in fact many frames per second.

Life isnít a stream; itís a movie. Like a projectionist stitching together reels without audiences noticing, the brain collects the frames of reality sent to it and weaves them into one apparently seamless whole. The human frame rate shows us life at a certain speed, but life can be much faster or slower if we change it.

Have you ever been next to a moving car with wheels that looked like they were going backwards? Blame the human frame rate. According to research that determined how many light flashes per second the human brain can discern as separate before they look like a steady beam, scientists have found that for us, life is a movie running at around 60 frames per second.

Indeed, with high-speed camera's you can record much more frames per second, but in the end, what YOU observe, is only 60 frames per second.

3. Reality is like a virtual reality game.

Reality is just like a Virtual Reality game: the GPU only processes the images when you look at it. All the other is just information in memory, or in a algoritm.

When you play Counterstrike, only the image on your monitor is processed by the GPU. The rest of the virtual world is just a algorithm which bary takes computing power.

Indeed, it is the same way OUR world is rendered! ONLY WHEN YOU LOOK AT SOMETHING, THE MATTER IS RENDERED. BEFORE THAT, it's just data, a superposition of possibilities.

The game "NO MAN'S SKY" is an extremly simple, but accurate example of how our world is created.

1. All objects are created by a designer in a big database
2. The world is RENDERED ON THE FLY

When multiplayer is intruduced, it even more accurately simulates the "real" world.

4. There's a delay when rendering a completely other frame
A computer can render images very fast when it has to display the same scene, for example when it's showing a static or slightly moving landscape with dinosaurs walking in it.

TV's with frame interpolation can this way make a 25 images/second look like 100 images/second by calculating the missing frames by comparing the previous and next frame. The missing frames are not there, but are rendered on the fly.

But when there's too much difference between the frames, there can occur a disturbance which can be seen as distortion in the screen. It costs more processing power to calculate the frames when the previous and next frame are very different.

When a complete new scene occurs, a computer has to completely calculate the new image, which takes extra computer power. After that, when one image differs slightly from the next image, it can be rendered fast again.

The images of the reality you see are also rendered on the fly, as the Double Slit experiment suggests.

5. Experiment you can do to proof the same goes for your reality
So that makes you wonder, if the universe is also a computer generated world, could there be a delay when you look from for instance the mouse on your table to the clock on the wall? Does it cost the Universe computer more processing power when a complete different image has to be rendered?

Try it. Do you have a clock on the wall with a second hand? Look at your mouse for a few seconds. Now look at the clock's second hand. Did you notice something? No? Try it again. Or take your watch which has a second hand or seconds display. Try it again.

Close your eyes. This shows the frame: BLACK. Now look at your watch. This is a completely different image for the universe computer.
If you look just at the moment a new second occurs, THE FIRST SECOND YOU SEE IS DELAYED.

If you don't have a clock, you can watch this youtube analog clock on full screen:
[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

Try it... close your eyes and look at the clock. The first second takes longer then the following seconds... that proves the universe is indeed some kind of computer. It takes longer to process the completely new image.
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is cat in the box live or dead?
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is cat in the box live or dead?
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Ah, it's alive when you feed it. With your attention.
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is cat in the box live or dead?
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Yes.
The big shots tried to hold it back; Fools tried to wish it away
The hopeful depend on a world without end; Whatever the hopeless may say
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is cat in the box live or dead?
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Yes.
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right answertounge
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is cat in the box live or dead?
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Ah, it's alive when you feed it. With your attention.
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It's alive anyway, whether you perceive it or not.

I'm not the only one around, and neither are you.

Did the tree actually fall in the forest? Of course it did.

People who say otherwise are just playing a game, and making it up as they go along.

I wasn't there, but I know the freakin Cubs won the World Series!
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This is mind boggling.
I just closed my eyes for a few seconds and then I looked to my alarm clock (analog one with seconds).

Indeed, the first second appears to take longer then the other seconds.

This means that from my perspective the complete universe stops for a fraction of a second!

boom33
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it works. the clock stops for a short while when i look at it.

this is weird man.

pin this, this is something else than all that political stuff. this is why i'm on glp man.
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The cat is a conciousness that didn't have enough money to play the game as a human avatar.
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Thank you for this wonderful real life example hf

I wonder what this means.
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the simulation allows you to realise you are living in a simulation; in much the same way as moriarty realised he was alive in star trek next generation.
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Utter bullshit.
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the mcgurk effect as well

that was the one for me.
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Just your eyes and brain adjusting to the image. If you close your eyes you can see an image burn from what you just closed your eyes from.
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I think I have seen the delay in the program at least two times.

On both occasions it was just as I was waking up.

For the briefest of moments , I saw what appeared to be the walls and my surrounds snap into place from the floor upwards.

No drinking or drugs of any kind were taken.

It was sort of like a glitch in the matrix.
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In this topic I want to show a proof that reality is a projected world, created on the fly by some advanced computer or mind.

The fact that quantum states exist make me think that we really are living in a simulation.


1. Reality which you do not observe, is in a superposition It's every possibilty at once. Indeed, the cup on your table is there and not there at once.

It has been proven that in fact there is nothing, until you observe it. Only when you are observing something with your senses, it pops into existence. Look for the "Double Slit Experiment" which proves this.

For those who don't know what it is: watch this short cartoon first:
[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

This experiment has also been proven to work with something as big as molecules.

So what do we know now? Matter can be everything, every possibilty, until you observe it.

2. The images you see are not a stream. They are seperate frames stitched together
What we see is not analog, not seamless: It's in fact many frames per second.

Life isnít a stream; itís a movie. Like a projectionist stitching together reels without audiences noticing, the brain collects the frames of reality sent to it and weaves them into one apparently seamless whole. The human frame rate shows us life at a certain speed, but life can be much faster or slower if we change it.

Have you ever been next to a moving car with wheels that looked like they were going backwards? Blame the human frame rate. According to research that determined how many light flashes per second the human brain can discern as separate before they look like a steady beam, scientists have found that for us, life is a movie running at around 60 frames per second.

Indeed, with high-speed camera's you can record much more frames per second, but in the end, what YOU observe, is only 60 frames per second.

3. Reality is like a virtual reality game.

Reality is just like a Virtual Reality game: the GPU only processes the images when you look at it. All the other is just information in memory, or in a algoritm.

When you play Counterstrike, only the image on your monitor is processed by the GPU. The rest of the virtual world is just a algorithm which bary takes computing power.

Indeed, it is the same way OUR world is rendered! ONLY WHEN YOU LOOK AT SOMETHING, THE MATTER IS RENDERED. BEFORE THAT, it's just data, a superposition of possibilities.

The game "NO MAN'S SKY" is an extremly simple, but accurate example of how our world is created.

1. All objects are created by a designer in a big database
2. The world is RENDERED ON THE FLY

When multiplayer is intruduced, it even more accurately simulates the "real" world.

4. There's a delay when rendering a completely other frame
A computer can render images very fast when it has to display the same scene, for example when it's showing a static or slightly moving landscape with dinosaurs walking in it.

TV's with frame interpolation can this way make a 25 images/second look like 100 images/second by calculating the missing frames by comparing the previous and next frame. The missing frames are not there, but are rendered on the fly.

But when there's too much difference between the frames, there can occur a disturbance which can be seen as distortion in the screen. It costs more processing power to calculate the frames when the previous and next frame are very different.

When a complete new scene occurs, a computer has to completely calculate the new image, which takes extra computer power. After that, when one image differs slightly from the next image, it can be rendered fast again.

The images of the reality you see are also rendered on the fly, as the Double Slit experiment suggests.

5. Experiment you can do to proof the same goes for your reality
So that makes you wonder, if the universe is also a computer generated world, could there be a delay when you look from for instance the mouse on your table to the clock on the wall? Does it cost the Universe computer more processing power when a complete different image has to be rendered?

Try it. Do you have a clock on the wall with a second hand? Look at your mouse for a few seconds. Now look at the clock's second hand. Did you notice something? No? Try it again. Or take your watch which has a second hand or seconds display. Try it again.

Close your eyes. This shows the frame: BLACK. Now look at your watch. This is a completely different image for the universe computer.
If you look just at the moment a new second occurs, THE FIRST SECOND YOU SEE IS DELAYED.

If you don't have a clock, you can watch this youtube analog clock on full screen:
[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

Try it... close your eyes and look at the clock. The first second takes longer then the following seconds... that proves the universe is indeed some kind of computer. It takes longer to process the completely new image.
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Really good topic fellow dutchy! Normally when I speak about living in a simulation my friends dont really want to talk about it because it seems like living in a simulation has no purpose at all. Maybe they afraid that their bubble bursts and they find out they be livin the fake like. Nice keep these posts coming. Need em in this scarce times.
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Great thread.

If you want to discover your GPU do this.

Go to a place with hills and rocky terrain.
A place where you can walk for two or three hours without external disturbances like other people or traffic.

Now start walking
The focus of your eyes should be a spot on the ground about two meters 7 feet in front of you.
Only look at the ground.
While you walk this spot will chance constantly.
Only focus on the spot.

You will start to notice shifts in "reality" in as little as twenty minutes. GPU overheating due to contantly changing picture.

Also known as attentive walking courtesey of Carlos Castaneda.

And don't fall off a cliff guys.
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In this topic I want to show a proof that reality is a projected world, created on the fly by some advanced computer or mind.

The fact that quantum states exist make me think that we really are living in a simulation.


1. Reality which you do not observe, is in a superposition It's every possibilty at once. Indeed, the cup on your table is there and not there at once.

It has been proven that in fact there is nothing, until you observe it. Only when you are observing something with your senses, it pops into existence. Look for the "Double Slit Experiment" which proves this.

For those who don't know what it is: watch this short cartoon first:
[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

This experiment has also been proven to work with something as big as molecules.

So what do we know now? Matter can be everything, every possibilty, until you observe it.

2. The images you see are not a stream. They are seperate frames stitched together
What we see is not analog, not seamless: It's in fact many frames per second.

Life isnít a stream; itís a movie. Like a projectionist stitching together reels without audiences noticing, the brain collects the frames of reality sent to it and weaves them into one apparently seamless whole. The human frame rate shows us life at a certain speed, but life can be much faster or slower if we change it.

Have you ever been next to a moving car with wheels that looked like they were going backwards? Blame the human frame rate. According to research that determined how many light flashes per second the human brain can discern as separate before they look like a steady beam, scientists have found that for us, life is a movie running at around 60 frames per second.

Indeed, with high-speed camera's you can record much more frames per second, but in the end, what YOU observe, is only 60 frames per second.

3. Reality is like a virtual reality game.

Reality is just like a Virtual Reality game: the GPU only processes the images when you look at it. All the other is just information in memory, or in a algoritm.

When you play Counterstrike, only the image on your monitor is processed by the GPU. The rest of the virtual world is just a algorithm which bary takes computing power.

Indeed, it is the same way OUR world is rendered! ONLY WHEN YOU LOOK AT SOMETHING, THE MATTER IS RENDERED. BEFORE THAT, it's just data, a superposition of possibilities.

The game "NO MAN'S SKY" is an extremly simple, but accurate example of how our world is created.

1. All objects are created by a designer in a big database
2. The world is RENDERED ON THE FLY

When multiplayer is intruduced, it even more accurately simulates the "real" world.

4. There's a delay when rendering a completely other frame
A computer can render images very fast when it has to display the same scene, for example when it's showing a static or slightly moving landscape with dinosaurs walking in it.

TV's with frame interpolation can this way make a 25 images/second look like 100 images/second by calculating the missing frames by comparing the previous and next frame. The missing frames are not there, but are rendered on the fly.

But when there's too much difference between the frames, there can occur a disturbance which can be seen as distortion in the screen. It costs more processing power to calculate the frames when the previous and next frame are very different.

When a complete new scene occurs, a computer has to completely calculate the new image, which takes extra computer power. After that, when one image differs slightly from the next image, it can be rendered fast again.

The images of the reality you see are also rendered on the fly, as the Double Slit experiment suggests.

5. Experiment you can do to proof the same goes for your reality
So that makes you wonder, if the universe is also a computer generated world, could there be a delay when you look from for instance the mouse on your table to the clock on the wall? Does it cost the Universe computer more processing power when a complete different image has to be rendered?

Try it. Do you have a clock on the wall with a second hand? Look at your mouse for a few seconds. Now look at the clock's second hand. Did you notice something? No? Try it again. Or take your watch which has a second hand or seconds display. Try it again.

Close your eyes. This shows the frame: BLACK. Now look at your watch. This is a completely different image for the universe computer.
If you look just at the moment a new second occurs, THE FIRST SECOND YOU SEE IS DELAYED.

If you don't have a clock, you can watch this youtube analog clock on full screen:
[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

Try it... close your eyes and look at the clock. The first second takes longer then the following seconds... that proves the universe is indeed some kind of computer. It takes longer to process the completely new image.
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I notice this delay effect a lot when I look at my watch. The second hand seems to be still for longer than a second, when first looked at.

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It's not the universal processing slowing down, it's your brain processing a response. Subjective experience vs. Objective reality
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And don't fall off a cliff guys.

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At least until you master the art of flying in the Matrix.
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It's not the universal processing slowing down, it's your brain processing a response. Subjective experience vs. Objective reality
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...suggesting your brain is co-creator of this universe.

And that... is interesting.
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Really good topic fellow dutchy! Normally when I speak about living in a simulation my friends dont really want to talk about it because it seems like living in a simulation has no purpose at all. Maybe they afraid that their bubble bursts and they find out they be livin the fake like. Nice keep these posts coming. Need em in this scarce times.
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Hello fellow Dutchy!
Indeed, no-one seems want to know it. Maybe because it's pulled into the fiction realm by movies like the Matrix.

Makes you wonder what really happens when you die.
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It costs the universe no processing power at all because the universe is infinite, thus it's power is limitless.
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When you focus at something your mind works at a faster pace which slows down time. The same thing goes for all activity.
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Really good topic fellow dutchy! Normally when I speak about living in a simulation my friends dont really want to talk about it because it seems like living in a simulation has no purpose at all. Maybe they afraid that their bubble bursts and they find out they be livin the fake like. Nice keep these posts coming. Need em in this scarce times.
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Hello fellow Dutchy!
Indeed, no-one seems want to know it. Maybe because it's pulled into the fiction realm by movies like the Matrix.

Makes you wonder what really happens when you die.
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Every kingdom feeds upon the one below it.

For example the plant kingdom feeds upon the mineral kingdom.

The animal kingdom feeds upon the plant and mineral kingdom.

When we farm animals or grow plants we try to give it the most suitable conditions for optimum yield.

As we go up the scale in these kingdoms the matter becomes more and more refined.

Humans produce an energy field.

Is this artificial construct designed to farm our energy and give us like our cattle the most optimum field to produce that energy?

Also is the fact the humans have fought since the year dot and indication that the energy that those who may feed upon us most desire is fear?

Perhaps the matrix or program is just our field.

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Ok
Now how do I get out of the matrix?
I'm tired of it.
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Ok
Now how do I get out of the matrix?
I'm tired of it.
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How does the plant escape the cow?

How does the cow escape the farmer?
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Really good topic fellow dutchy! Normally when I speak about living in a simulation my friends dont really want to talk about it because it seems like living in a simulation has no purpose at all. Maybe they afraid that their bubble bursts and they find out they be livin the fake like. Nice keep these posts coming. Need em in this scarce times.
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Hello fellow Dutchy!
Indeed, no-one seems want to know it. Maybe because it's pulled into the fiction realm by movies like the Matrix.

Makes you wonder what really happens when you die.
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Hello fellow Dutch,

Seems the Dutch are more awake lol. Don't go in to the light when you die , it's a trap. You will be respawn into the prison game\simulation again.
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Bump for later
Goodbye, halcyon days...

 There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable.

There is another theory mentioned, which states that this has already happened.





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