> > Do you think you are currently living in a computer simulation (like the
> > Matrix)? No? Thought so.
>Isn't this a case of jumping to conclusions?
Yes! I was just trying to follow the thinking process that might be going
on in Emlyn's mind in attempting to follow my explanation.
>are living in a simulation. The question is very much open IMO.
I agree, and I think the Simulation argument increases the probability.
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