November 5, 2015

How many Different Memories of any Past Event may there be for a Simulated Copied Person?

"Earth as a Simulation Series 4: This Series offers MANY pages of Evidence that many Anomalous Experiences, Plus 'Exceptional' Abilities & Skills can be explained 'IF' we are Simulated copied people being Simulated with Less Advanced Technologies resulting in ourselves having Anomalous Experiences that relate to Hi-Tech Neural Implants & CNS Enhancements that the person we are simulating HAD, but which we are a long way from developing here!!!"

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On the previous page you had explained how giving simulated copied people increased ‘freewill’ will lead them to experience specific events and circumstances in ways that are DIFFERENT to what is scripted of the person they are simulating.

Are there other possibilities of either common ‘operational’ simulation designs or common ‘simulation’ research project objectives that would lead to members of a simulated population having experiences and therefore ‘memories’ that deviated from those the person they are simulating would be scripted as having?

Explanation of why a simulated copied person will have two memories for some ‘queried’ past events?

Are there any other possibilities relating to the common usage of ‘complex’ simulations that would result in a copied simulated persons experiences and hence memories diverging away from the memories of the person they are simulating? Can you think of any?

Well, if we are copies of another population living within a simulation project as an accurately COPIED SYSTEM then it is actually very possible that the project is about studying ways to change the behaviour, ideas, beliefs, attitudes and habits of the original population? To do this the simulated population would be subjected to circumstances or conditions that the original population wasn’t subjected to.

In other words one of the ‘standard’ reasons as to why you’d run a simulation will ALSO result in people in your simulated population having experiences that diverged from the experiences of the person they are simulating.

Examples of why a Simulated Self Aware Population may be Simulated as Deviating From the Original Populations Scripted Experiences

Just to ‘illustrate’ this, I’ll now give you some completely, utterly unrealistic, ‘balmy’ examples of why a simulation population might be used to study a populations responses to various applied ‘test’ changes. You may for example present your simulated population with . . .

  1. Different aggressive advertising approaches to see which approaches make them buy more stuff . . .
  2. You may present them with conditions of severe austerity to see how they react so that you can then devise strategies to counter / neutralise any ‘unwanted’ austerity responses perhaps even before they happen in the original population . . .
  3. You may even present your simulated populations politicians and ruling bureaucrats as appearing to completely reverse their ‘ethical, moral’ ideology stances and or their party election promises to see how they and or the rest of the population reacts and particularly so you can ‘test’ which strategies are the most effective in neutralising responses to these changes that you don’t like?

So, using a simulation to introduce ‘known’ specific changes into the simulated population to identify how the population is impacted and how it responds to these is a VERY realistic use of a simulation running self aware conscious copied people.

However, once again, the problem with running a simulation to introduce changes into the simulated population is that this too will result in a divergence of experiences between the simulated person and the script of the person they are simulating.

Why a Simulated Population will always generically present False Memories?

So, for a simulated as self aware population, with ‘basic’ simulation information and some simple reasoning you can ‘deduce’ that there are at least two very likely ‘design’ possibilities that will result in the simulated population having experiences that are divergent from the experiences of the person they are a copy of.

On the previous page I asked you . . .

“Have a ‘think’ about what the above paragraph implies with regards to the deducible combinations of ‘memory’ recall possibilities a simulated copied person may actually have available to themselves . . . “

Well, it implies that a simulated copied person will have experiences of certain events, circumstances and interactions that in deviating from the experiences encoded in their script will result in them having memories of these specific experiences that are different to the memories that the person they are simulating will be recorded in their data ‘script’ as having.

In other words for a simulation, simulating copies of self aware people, the simulation will have two different sets of memories for many of its simulated people’s experiences.

Can you think of any other ‘logical’ possibilities that will result in even more ‘memory’ recall possibilities particularly in circumstances when someone specifically ASKS a simulated person about a particular past experience?

Have a think about this possibility now before reading the next page . . .

Do you have any memories that you are suspicious of? Have you any memories of a specific past event involving others, where you have remembered these past events differently compared to these others? What were the differences?

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