Simulation Theory Cultural Propagation

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We have all read about Musk on this.

Another opinion leader <who is closely followed by
the Whitehouse> is increasingly using the Simulation Theory
lens and language consistent with Tom’s.

Scott Adams the cartoonist turned political commentator.

He has a twice daily Periscope that is uploaded to podcast and YouTube.
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Yup. More and more people awaken to this in the past decade, each from different angle.
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Each time more people with theories similar to Tom´s. Virtual reality theories are hard to assimilate for people. Takes a lot of thinking and understanding, to avoid converting the theory into a new religion.
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dinah wrote: Tue Apr 21, 2020 7:12 pm Each time more people with theories similar to Tom´s. Virtual reality theories are hard to assimilate for people. Takes a lot of thinking and understanding, to avoid converting the theory into a new religion.
Hehehe, the hardness to assimilate is likely part of the symptoms related to fear and beliefs as Tom points out.

Dinah, how is your health going on for you ? Hope you are doing well.
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Dear, I´m doing well, closed in my apartment, closed in myself, but greatly open to others. An opportunity to help!
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dinah wrote: Each time more people with theories similar to Tom´s. Virtual reality theories are hard to assimilate for people. Takes a lot of thinking and understanding, to avoid converting the theory into a new religion.
I'm late to this thread but just wanted to agree with this and suggest an attitude of skepticism towards the fact that some popular people are starting to talk about a popularized version of simulation theory, regardless of, or perhaps even more so depending on how closely the person is followed by the White House. As we've seen with all metaphysical ideas that crystallize into formal religions, spreading enlightened ideas does not ipso facto lead to enlightenment; and in fact it leads to propagation of fear if those ideas are spread by people driven by ego and fear based agendas, who then package the ideas with their ideologies. And the popularized version of the simulation theory is still heavily materialistic (and fear based) inasmuch as the theoretical future civilization has built machines (a la The Matrix) to enslave and control us by literally plugging us into a simulated reality. It also packages a generic "power of positive thinking" --change your reality largely to accumulate power, with no connection to a bigger picture and with the implicit assumption that everyone who lacks power (typically political or economic power) is a failure. See Scott Adams Explains Simulation Hypothesis - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wScrij5OUt0. None of this has anything to do with MBT or Tom's ideas.
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