Could Our Universe Be A Virtual Reality Processed By Other Intelligence?

“If I’m in a virtual reality, the graphics are great, but the plot sucks.”

- Student of Prof. Brian Whitworth

Virtual reality universe illustration by Prof. Seth Lloyd, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, MIT.
Virtual reality universe illustration by Prof. Seth Lloyd, Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, MIT.

January 25, 2008  Auckland, New Zealand -  A professor in Auckland, New Zealand, published a paper in December that seriously raises the question: could we be in a virtual reality world and universe where the “computer” behind-the-scenes has a processing speed of 186,282.397 miles per second - the maximum speed of light? The professor is Brian Whitworth, Ph.D., in Information Systems and now Senior Lecturer at the Institute for Information and Mathematical Sciences at Massey University in Auckland.

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