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If we live in a simulated reality, is it possible to escape it ?


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4 minutes ago, Taun said:

Escape? heck no. I want access to the source code!

That'd be the ultimate "brass ring" wouldn't it? :w00t:

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9 minutes ago, Taun said:

Escape? heck no. I want access to the source code!

The unlimited ammo/god mode hack? :lol:

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On 4/25/2023 at 11:10 AM, OverSword said:

That is not correct.  I had a form of this idea in elementary school in the 70's and I'm sure it's not an uncommon thing to wonder about.  My own theory was that we were plugged into machines either as part of an amusement park ride or a prison sentence.  Also if you are a simulation then for you this is the real world.  Personally I question the amount of "wits" someone without enough imagination to wonder about this has. 

Good lord….

Im sure you did. Tell us Nostradamus, what other predictions did you have? 

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On 4/25/2023 at 1:38 AM, and-then said:

The current state of our world doesn't "scare" you?  I'm not scared of it as much as depressed  and resigned that human nature and the evil that it allows has come around again.  Our weapons this time around have the capacity to end everything we've done up to this point.  I'd say rational people recognize that there is a legitimate reason to fear what could happen in the short term future of our world today.

Can’t say it does. It’s one of those whacky things that I grew out of at the age of 10

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6 hours ago, CigaretteSmokingMan said:

Can’t say it does. It’s one of those whacky things that I grew out of at the age of 10

So at the age of twelve you now know it all eh? :tu: 

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  Hmm, never noticed this before…wonder what this button is?     *CLICK*        image.thumb.jpeg.dea19cf3c3dbd52ea0e7e2f469af6c1b.jpeg

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