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If we simulate a universe just like ours, is there any experiment simulated life could do to verify it is being simulated?

How about this thought example: We're already living in a simulation. And we are pretty sure of that. Like people who talk about simulations always like to take on the perspective of the creator-god ...
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If we simulate a universe just like ours, is there any experiment simulated life could do to verify it is being simulated?

Caveat As a precursor, to discussion, see the following articles by working physicists: Sabine Hossenfelder's Why the simulation hypothesis is pseudoscience Tim Andersen's The universe is not a ...
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If we simulate a universe just like ours, is there any experiment simulated life could do to verify it is being simulated?

The answer to your question depends on the method of simulation and the degree of sophistication you confer on the simulators. Any possible detection requires us to surmise that our minds have been ...
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If we simulate a universe just like ours, is there any experiment simulated life could do to verify it is being simulated?

Here's an option: it's both possible to simulate/demonize (Cartesianwise) an entire world, and trick its inhabitants as such; except that it's also possible for consciousness, in various possible ...
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Belief, in 'divine madness'

As a not very good sometime Mystic, I will try to offer my answer, which is heavily informed by the philosophy of science. We humans have a pretty limited suite of experiences-- our direct realism ...
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