How Simulation Design Boundary Limits & Simplifying Approximations Will Confound the Embedded Expectations of Accurately Simulated Individuals

As described on the previous page a simulation or virtual reality designer will define strict boundary limits to avoid the population straying into environments that are not already pre-defined.

However, what I have not seen presented anywhere else is the possibility that they would also define limits with respect to what was possible to avoid the population doing things that ‘could’ result in an anomaly or even a glitch. In other words the simulation designer of a simulation project of self aware, free thinking people would pre-define limits that would make it as likely as possible that their simulated population stays within the pre-defined environment as well as within ‘developmental’ limits.

For example you could easily change how some assumed natural laws work you could even invent some new ones. For example, it is very likely you could re-define or even implement momentum, you could do the same with inertia which would both complement the obvious speed of light limit.

Accurately Copied People living in a Simulation will have Embedded Expectations of How Their Reality Should be

You would make such changes for the following reasons:

  1. To keep the population on one well pre-defined copied planet. To make it very unlikely that you will have a significant number of the population getting further than the moon for space explorations.
  2. You’d limit ‘speed’ because you’d not want anyone going anywhere FAST. You’d do this to avoid having to render frames at insane rates because you’ve something travelling at the speed of light because to do this accurately would likely overload the entire processing capacity of your simulation.

In other words ‘IF’ we are in a simulation AND we are very accurately simulated then we (and particularly researchers) could have expectations about HOW THINGS SHOULD WORK in a real reality which won’t be met ‘IF’ we have had limits applied (or simplifying approximations) to our simulated environment.

I can remember reading science articles where it is obvious that the scientists or researchers were obviously very surprised in ways that suggested that their research results and conclusions didn’t match their PERSONAL expectations.

If we are in a simulation then some researchers and scientists whom spent a lot of time simulating ‘someone’ whom was an expert and knew everything there was to know about some specific research line then they will have HARD CODED EXPECTATIONS.

Accurately Simulated Scientists will have Embedded Expectations of How Their Reality Should WORK & What Experimental Results they SHOULD GET

Some of them will know, they will absolutely ‘KNOW’ that how reality actually is here ISN’T what they are expecting because it won’t feel or intuit as being right. Some will also have a very strong built in feeling or sense that certain specific limits and constraints OR how specific things work or are presented to ourselves here are very much ‘not right’ at all.

One of the ways of finding out ‘IF’ we are in a simulation would be to have everyone describe what they FEEL or intuit is MISSING or INCORRECT . . .

  1. What do you feel is missing or incorrect with respect to your external environment?
  2. What do you feel is missing or incorrect with respect to your INTERNAL environment?
  3. Are you expecting ‘something’ that isn’t possible here or are you expecting ‘something’ that is already here to function differently?
  4. What do you feel is physically missing in terms of your experiences?
  5. How do you feel about your physical body? Do you have a physical body? Is the body you have REALLY the one you are expecting? If peoples bodies ARE as they expect then why do we have so many people having cosmetic plastic surgery?
  6. Is there anything that you automatically EXPECT to do which you apparently cannot do here?

What Embedded Expectations do you have of how specific aspects or components of YOUR Reality SHOULD work BUT DON’T?

How are you reading this expecting different components or aspects of your reality to function in ways that THEY DON’T? What are these differences? Are there ‘missing’ things that you are expecting? Have a think about this and then tick those that apply to your in the box below. ‘IF’ you have interesting and or very strong expectations of ‘differences’ then leave a comment below explaining these.

PLEASE NOTE!!! The POLL immediately below is ‘INVISIBLE’ in FIREFOX (but not in Internet Explorer or Yandex for example)!!!


For example I personally expect the following . . .

  1. I expect to have an entire wall as an interactive computer engagement space. I also expect to be able to walk around WITHIN A DATABASE and I have expectations that I should be able to visually and mentally ‘shuffle’ data around and I expect to have many tools to explore relationships and connections between different and distant data sets. As far as I am concerned I am personally living in an severely retarded and pathetic data handling computer age.
  2. I also have an expectation that my body will hold to being just over 30 years old AND it won’t age beyond this.

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