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are we in a videogame?

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 3/21/2017 Category: Philosophy
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Yes! we are. You see there is a limit to how fast information can travel just like how fast a game can compute things. Next there is a bit size or the smallest thing a computer can simulate, just like quarks or superstrings or quantum foam. the gods could just be other players that were fighting each other and the reason no more are seen is because a computer might be able to simulate thousands of human lives per second and this may just be one of those instances when no one is playing that might last for a few seconds to a few days or the game may be obsolete.


We are not in a game we are conscious beings the fact that you can have this thought means we living beings. No one truly knows the answers about who we are or why we are here we just have to advance our society and live in hopes of one day accomplishing our goal and answering our questions.
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Vote Placed by DawsonBruno 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro lost the spelling and grammar part, for he makes mistakes in capitalization. Con's argument about our consciousness give him the points for more convincing.

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