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dag says...

Here it is:
http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/07/21/1090089219062.html

It ties in with the multi-verse stuff - very interesting, mind-boggling ideas.

In reply to this comment by rosspruden:
Where can I find that article about physicists exploring "universe as a simulation"? (Totally agree with you, by the way -- the evidence is out for both sides!)

In reply to this comment by dag:
I'm no theist, but I don't think Dawkins does his movement many favours with his attitude. The thing that annoys me, is that he seems to have it all worked out. He's as sure of himself as the devout. That's the wrong approach.

There may well be beings in our universe or outside our universe that are so far beyond us that we might as well call them gods. We may all be running as a simulation on their iPhones. (no not really, but yes really for the magnitudes this implies).

I was reading an article recently that physicists are starting to seriuosly explore the "universe as a simulation" idea. I hope someday, we crack an atom in a collider and open up the admin panel to this universe. Some Buddhist monks think they already have.

dag says...

I'll see if I can find it. I heard something similar on a radio interview with an astrophysicist.

In reply to this comment by rosspruden:
Where can I find that article about physicists exploring "universe as a simulation"? (Totally agree with you, by the way -- the evidence is out for both sides!)

In reply to this comment by dag:
I'm no theist, but I don't think Dawkins does his movement many favours with his attitude. The thing that annoys me, is that he seems to have it all worked out. He's as sure of himself as the devout. That's the wrong approach.

There may well be beings in our universe or outside our universe that are so far beyond us that we might as well call them gods. We may all be running as a simulation on their iPhones. (no not really, but yes really for the magnitudes this implies).

I was reading an article recently that physicists are starting to seriuosly explore the "universe as a simulation" idea. I hope someday, we crack an atom in a collider and open up the admin panel to this universe. Some Buddhist monks think they already have.

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