Could beings in a larger world than ours be interacting with our world and with us in a game, creative experiment, or some learning exercise. Say each being has injected a part of himself into the electronic-type game or world, being this life and this world- this reality- so that within a whole unknown culture "out there", each of its members are responsible for guiding one of us as their character through the game or exercise. (The idea is vaguely similar to the backdrop of The Matrix movie- but the circumstances are a lot different.- and I'm not assuming that this view erases our moral responsibilities just because we "aren't real." To the contrary, we are real, but we are each a living piece of our larger self "out there."
All that digested, how likely do you think it is that our reality is a continual game or learning activity that some eternal beings are engaged in while we accept this as reality because- you'd have to tweak your character/avatar to actually believe this is reality, even if he is some small piece of your own consciousness. (I probably overdetailed that question again?)
Question: How farfetched is it that reality is an eternal world where beings have invented our very, very convincing reality?