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Question: How do we know that we're not part of some huge simulation within a computer? Perhaps we're all just like Sims, our daily lives being controlled?
Asked by Mistiare to Hummy, Lewis, James, Sandra on 7 Mar 2017.
answered on 7 Mar 2017:
That’s an excellent question.
René Descartes is famous for the phrase ‘I think, therefore I am’ – it means the only thing we can be 100% sure of in the whole universe, is that we, ourselves, exist.
Everything else? Who knows.
answered on 16 Mar 2017:
Its also a concept explored in the Matrix movies and the hitch hikers guide to the galaxy.
NeodymiumBoi commented on 8 Mar 2017:
i still mot sure
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Lewis commented on 14 Mar 2017:
You’re not sure that you exist? That’s not good! D:
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