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Oh it's this. Again.

Anonymous +1Reply

I swear I saw a car lag once

Unless we find an end to an irrational number like pi because no computer can simulate all of an endless number

Who cares?....I still have bills to pay, one way or the other.

There's no way to prove it either.

Neo2403s avatar Neo2403 Yeah You Are +1Reply
@Neo2403 There's no way to prove it either.

Unless we find an end to an irrational number like pi because no computer can simulate all of an endless number

Anonymous 0Reply
@Our computers may not be able to but...

Unless the simulation computer somehow has infinite space

@Nilofargx Unless the simulation computer somehow has infinite space

Well since no one can observe an infinite number of decimals like in the case of pi, then the "simulation" would never have to generate that infinite number.

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@Nilofargx Unless the simulation computer somehow has infinite space

Also, if the simulation is only for one person it couldn't be infinite. Our brains can't store an infinite amount. In other words, if you were the center of this simulation and things only happen when you are around to experience them, then the simulation would only require enough storage for your memory capacity. It could explain why we forget things.

Anonymous 0Reply

And Russian dash cam videos are glitches.

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