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Lets create a second series and call it Environment X. We take positions sequentially from sequential Environments: position 1 from Environment 1, position 2 from Environment 2, and so on. It is obvious that there are two possible results for Environment X, depending on how the Environments in Series 1 was arranged: A) Position 1 Environment 1A) Position 1 Environment 1 is followed P2E2 which is a possible successor to P1E1, P2E2 is followed by its possible successor P3E3, etc. - It is thus guaranteed that Environment X will be a possible game somewhere in Series 1. B)B) The arrangement of Environments are such that each position in successive Environments are not always possible from the preceding position in the preceding environment. - Here it may well be that Environment X is an impossible game.

Lets create a second series and call it Environment X. We take positions sequentially from sequential Environments: position 1 from Environment 1, position 2 from Environment 2, and so on. It is obvious that there are two possible results for Environment X, depending on how the Environments in Series 1 was arranged: A) Position 1 Environment 1 is followed P2E2 which is a possible successor to P1E1, P2E2 is followed by its possible successor P3E3, etc. - It is thus guaranteed that Environment X will be a possible game somewhere in Series 1. B) The arrangement of Environments are such that each position in successive Environments are not always possible from the preceding position in the preceding environment. - Here it may well be that Environment X is an impossible game.

Lets create a second series and call it Environment X. We take positions sequentially from sequential Environments: position 1 from Environment 1, position 2 from Environment 2, and so on. It is obvious that there are two possible results for Environment X, depending on how the Environments in Series 1 was arranged: A) Position 1 Environment 1 is followed P2E2 which is a possible successor to P1E1, P2E2 is followed by its possible successor P3E3, etc. - It is thus guaranteed that Environment X will be a possible game somewhere in Series 1. B) The arrangement of Environments are such that each position in successive Environments are not always possible from the preceding position in the preceding environment. - Here it may well be that Environment X is an impossible game.

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Did David Deutsch really disprovesdisprove the Simulation Hypothesis?

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