How does /sci/ feel about the Simulation Hypothesis? Y'know, the theory that our universe is a simulation done by a supercomputer and programmed in a 4th dimension. It's been able to answer a lot of questions that materialism cannot.
This, it would make much more sense to program physics without NP complete algorithms, not to mention the (computational efficient) difficulty in computing seemingly basic things like the flow of water.
The only reason why these things are computationally inefficient is because of the hardware limitations. We have the physical and algorithmic knowledge to program this kind of thing it once it's reduced to more fundamental particles, but no currently built machine could handle even a fairly small amount of technically accurate water flow.
But you gotta remember, anyone who can program a universe is gonna have better hardware than us, so this is kinda an invalid argument against the philosophy.