The simulation called your life

Simulation Hypothesis

We are 2 for 2. Flights were cancelled again today. Due to bad weather, but the weather is fine. It's times like these I am strating to believe that there is someone running our program who's having fun and putting me through tests. "I wonder how he'll respond to this."

What if life really were a simulation?

Let's assume it is. You are a program being run by a programmer you can't see. The program does not determine what the program does... it just runs. Situations occur, and the program responds according to the parameters set forth by the programmer. The programer designs the situations to test see how the program responds.

If this were true, our idea of free will is an illusion.

Here are two wild concepts to explore.

A novel life

That our life is a novel being read by another being. As real as we think it is, it’s not.

The Bacteria Hypothesis


That we are are bacteria in great organism called the universe. Because the cell of a brain mirror the structure of the entire universe, two possibilities exist: We are either a single cell in brain of a higher being or within each cell of our brain exists an entire universe.

It’s about how you apply this knowledge to live a fuller, more rich life.

It’s how you can use this knowing to glide through life with more ease, but also with the knowing that you are in fact just a single cell within a greater system.

Or if earth itself where just one cell in a gigantic being we were just the contents of the cell.

Physicists discover that the structure of a brain cell is the same as the entire universe.

What if... this were true?

Physicists Find Evidence That The Universe Is A Giant Brain

The idea of the universe as a ‘giant brain’ has been proposed by scientists – and science fiction writers – for decades.

But now physicists say there may be some evidence that it’s actually true. In a sense.

According to a study published in Nature’s Scientific Reports, the universe may be growing in the same way as a giant brain – with the electrical firing between brain cells ‘mirrored’ by the shape of expanding galaxies.


The results of a computer simulation suggest that “natural growth dynamics” – the way that systems evolve – are the same for different kinds of networks – whether its the internet, the human brain or the universe as a whole.

A co-author of the study, Dmitri Krioukov from the University of California San Diego, said that while such systems appear very different, they have evolved in very similar ways.

“The result, they argue, is that the universe really does grow like a brain. The study raises profound questions about how the universe works.” Krioukov said.

“For a physicist it’s an immediate signal that there is some missing understanding of how nature works,” he told

The team’s simulation modeled the very early life of the universe, shortly after the big bang, by looking at how quantum units of space-time smaller than subatomic particles ‘networked’ with each other as the universe grew.

They found that the simulation mirrored that of other networks. Some links between similar nodes resulted in limited growth, while others acted as junctions for many different connections.

For instance, some connections are limited and similar – like a person who likes sports visiting many other sports websites – and some are major and connect to many other parts of the network, like Google and Yahoo.

No, it doesn’t quite mean that the universe is ‘thinking’ – but as has been previously pointed out online, it might just mean there’s more similarity between the very small and the very large than first appearances suggest.

We talk about consciousness being the underlying fabric of the universe from which all things emerge (M-theory, string theory, Unified Field Theory, etc). Consciousness has been known to be the ground of being. So not only is the universe conscious like a brain, it is growing like a brain as well. But here’s a question…a brain to what? Is it possible we exist as a thought within the mind of some Super Intelligence? Are we just brain cells operating within a Cosmic Mind? Maybe, maybe not, but it’s fascinating to think about.

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There is an interconnectedness of all things.

Perhaps every animate and inanimate bit of energy is an extension of where it came from, even if we are unaware of the connection.

Why should there be a universe at all? Why do I read a good book?

Perhaps all that he created returns and brings a universe of living novels.

Memories of beauty, majesty, and full of the ultimate drama of life and death.

There would be no greater passion, it is all of creation.

How to keep from knowing the ending of every story? You encapsulate it as a particle in the process of a change of state. You exceed C during the change by removing energy and collapsing it within a bubble of absolute time dilation. The creator sees it as over in zero time. From big bang to finality. Inside where we are, it is an integral of relativity with a limit approaching infinity. And to give it the random within the purpose, he tossed in the uncertainty principal.

Gravity emerges as a summation of two forces. The repulsion of space time because mass limits it from being all of space with no mass. And the attraction of mass because empty space is keeping it from being all of mass existing in no space. There is surface tension pressures between them.

When all of the elctromagnetic and nuclear forces keeping them in their arrangements are converted to mass, space/time and mass/energy reach equivilence and collapse. The particle has completed its change of state. And God gets to read the book.

What emerges is God lit the fuse, but in here, we are on our own. And some of it is chance, and some of it is how good we are at the R&D of life.

Why? Cause an eternity filled with yourself would be as boring as..... Knowing the end of every story.