--- Martin Ling <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Wed, May 10, 2000 at 11:10:11PM -0700, m wrote:
> > > If we don't hack
> > > nature, we
> > > die, and the mindless machine whirls on, unnapreciated and
> > OK, but let's try to avoid a general protection fault :)
> From a quite young age I began considering the universe as similar
> to a
> computer game or simulation (something, if you want, like SimCity).
> I began to consider the efforts made at pushing the borderlines and
> extremes of physics. Almost - like trying to find a bug, a security
> hole. Somewhere, perhaps - a buffer overflow.
> I find it a very reasonable belief that our universe exists as a
> simulation within another. Perhaps, if we fail to find a loophole -
> should be trying to gain the operators attention.
An appeal to a higher powers!
What if they just decide to do a reboot?
Or perhaps we'd pass the test.. Hmmm...
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