More of my philosophy about monotheistic religions and about the simula
From Amine Moulay Ramdane@21:1/5 to All on Wed Nov 24 19:15:18 2021
More of my philosophy about monotheistic religions and about the simulation..
I am a white arab from Morocco, and i think i am smart since i have also invented many scalable algorithms and algorithms..
I think i am smart, and i know more about the game of the one that
have made us live in a simulation, i think what is missing in this
game of simulation is the "plan", but i think that we have to be smart
and i think that the plan is that the one that is making us live in
a simulation is the one that we call God, and to know more about his plan you can read carefully about my new monotheistic religion here, since i am your new prophet from God:
More of my philosophy about humanity and about the simulation..
I think i am smart, and is there any free will since i think we are living in a simulation, so it is an interesting philosophical question,
and here is my answer:
So i think that the one or the ones that are making humans etc. live in a simulation are like "Gods", so i think that this level of perfection of them can look to us like we are being free will, so i think that we
have to be smart and continu to live in a simulation and know how to manage efficiently.
More of my philosophy about consciousness and about humans..
I think i am smart, and i am noticing something really important,
it is that how our universe or multiverse have been created or existed from nothing?, i think that there is something very important that is happening, since i think this created or existing from nothing is also the sign that we are living in a "
simulation", and i think that i am able to detect the game of the one or ones that is or are making us live in a simulation, you can even notice it more clearly by reading the following that talks about the outer body experiences and it is also the signs
that we are living in a simulation:
"A University of Southampton study has revealed that people could still experience consciousness for up to three minutes after the heart stops
The study interviewed 2,060 patients from Austria, USA and the UK who
have all suffered a cardiac arrest.
The Express reports that 40% could recall some form of awareness after
being pronounced clinically dead.
One 57-year old man seemed to confirm an outer body experience by
recalling everything that was going on around him with eerie accuracy
while he was technically dead."