Religions claim that a god or gods have created this universe. The simulation hypothesis explains how the gods might have done this. We could all be living inside a computer simulation run by an advanced post-human civilisation. But can we objectively establish that this is indeed the case?
There is sufficient evidence that we live inside a simulation, and it allows us to establish the most likely purpose of our existence. The book does not promote a specific religion. It goes along with science, but there are limits to what science can establish. God is beyond those limits.
The book addresses the following topics:
- Why our existence is not a miracle that requires a creator.
- Why the simulation hypothesis is not scientific.
- How possible motives of post-humans can help us establish that we live inside a simulation.
- Why there is no proof in real life, not even in science.
- How our minds can trick us, and how to avoid pitfalls in our observations and reasoning.
- How laws of reality can help us establish that we live inside a simulation.
- Why evidence for the paranormal is not scientific but strong enough to count.
- How to interpret religious experiences and miracles.
- How to explain premonition, evidence suggesting reincarnation, ghosts, ufos, and meaningful coincidences.
- How coincidences surrounding major historical events indicate that everything happens according to a script.
- Why do many people see 11:11 and other peculiar time prompts.
- What predetermination tells us about our purpose.
By reading the book, you will discover that the world makes perfect sense if we assume it to be a simulation created by an advanced post-human civilisation to entertain someone we can call God.
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Just grabbed me a copy – thanks