The Simulation Hypothesis and Life, the Universe, and Everything
I have been obsessed with this idea for a while now. Let’s call it the Adams Hypothesis:
Reality is a simulation, just one of many experiments created to observe human reactions to specific conditions. You are the subject of that experiment in your own personal reality.
The creator has encoded hidden messages into each experiment to keep track of specific variables, such as the age at which the subject is scheduled to die and bring that particular experiment to an end.
In every reality, there is a book called The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy in which a supercomputer named Deep Thought was tasked with computing the ultimate answer to life, the universe, and everything. The answer in your particular experiment is 42.
Enjoy your remaining time!
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