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Simulation Theory

Simulation Theory

This theory comes from the philosophers. It questions that if all of the information about the universe are input into our brains via our sense and other scientific instruments, who's to say that this isn't all just some cleverly constructed illusion?

This is a great argument for the existence of the universe however there is no way that it could be proved true or false


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