Assuming the Many Worlds Interpretation of the Universe is correct, we know that every universe branches into two more for every binary possibility, and all these universes keep expanding out, seemingly forever. But if that's true, then all the universes could eventually be traced back to a singular Happening that then split. So what could that have been?
Thinking about this is making me begin to think that this all being a computer simulation is actually plausible.
Why would this make you think a computer simulation is possible?
Your complaint is that the theories of of existence all just shift the onus of the moment everything began onto something else. Then you say that it makes it seem plausible that we're in a simulation. So then what made the simulation?
You're making the exact same mistake you're complaining about.
What made the simulation was beings that exist in an infinite universe.
Fuck off fegit, sorry if I'm not up to /x/ culture. Guess I should've posted on the science board.
>What made the simulation was beings that exist in an infinite universe.
So why is it possible for you to believe we are in a simulation created by beings in an infinite universe, but somehow it's not possible that we are in an infinite universe?
What reason do you have for believing that for some reason it's more plausible that we are NOT in an infinite univserse but are a simulation created by beings in an infin
actually forget it. I already know this conversation is going to be fucking annoying.