How do we know that we are not living in a simulated reality? wonder (among others) futuristentreprenören Elon Musk. It is perhaps not as corny as it sounds. Perhaps it is just a modern way of philosophizing about how the universe fundamentally is constituted. Everything is energy, different condensed. And where are we when we dream?
Before it carries in the way: It is a little bit of the feeling you have when you haven't walked in some of the city's streets for a while and suddenly it doesn't look like you remember it.
where you know you are in a particular city, but it is something that is not true.
The neighborhoods that existed before the new was built alive in any dimension (and in the images; but something with the images two-dimensionality makes them fraudulent), but at the same time, as irrevocably gone, and thus unreal as a childhood smooth cheeks.
The only thing we have is now, and it is in this now we can get things done, thoughts thought and feelings known.
the old Stockholm is about as feasible as to live on their high school time.
But before the new sat that even physical reality ends up being a short time on the threshold of a kind of tidsportal. As in Hagastaden now: ”Wait, was this not a dirty, but its yard?” My threshold is likely to be quite broad to the day byggplanken at the Lock be removed.
P. S. Promised to relax the last chronicle to Stockholm. So here: I mentioned the tv series ”Homeland”. It is based on the israeli ”Hatufim”. Its fourth section is about the stockholm syndrome. Clear as mud. D. S.
Anders Bolling is a reporter in the reality, regardless of whether it is simulated or not.