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Simulation theory proposes that our reality is a sophisticated computer simulation, raising profound questions about the nature of consciousness and existence, blurring the lines between what is real and what might be an illusion. The idea of simulation theory has been more well-known recently, igniting debates in philosophy, science and popular culture. According to this hypothesis, the cosmos we live in and everything in it- including ourselves- are elaborate simulations made by a civilization that is much more technologically evolved than our own. One of the intriguing aspects of simulation theory is the array of potential questions it raises. If we are living in a simulation, what does it say about our existence and purpose? Does free will still exist in a predetermined simulation? The simulation theory says that you do not have a physical body anywhere. You are merely the result of mathematical calculations in some vast computer. The simulation hypothesis has it that everything we experience was coded by a super intelligent being and we are part of that computer code.
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