Computer simulation theory is gaining rapid acceptance. Many innovative people are on board. One is the renowned Elon Musk, the inventor of Tesla and SpaceX founder. Another is Neil deGrasse Tyson, the astrophysicist who has garnered many rewards. We can now add Lana Rhoades.
She has something to say on the subject. The former adult film star has entered the debate, avowing that proof of the theory exists in astrology but the creator was a bit lazy with the coding.
Reportedly, Lana told her vast number of TikTok followers, “If astrology is real, it’s proof that we’re living in a simulation. I personally find astrology and zodiacs to be extremely accurate, solely based on my own experience.”
For Lana, the zodiac signs and their respective personality traits are solid evidence. In her view, many people will agree that if you are a Virgo, you possess the assigned personality traits. A Libra will reflect other typical traits, and so on.
Those who believe in astrology agree, and it makes perfect sense to them. Interestingly, she has stated that the creator behind the design of this simulation seems “a bit lazy” as he or she didn’t want to have to design a personality for every individual.
Instead, the creator had to come up with coding for the system. This means that if you’re born in a given month, you will have a certain prescribed personality. “I don’t know, it seems a little suss to me.”
Non-believers have a different perspective on computer simulation theory, which also goes by “the simulation hypothesis”. Lana says this concept explains how the universe as we know it came into existence.
What do these diverse people agree on? Everything we know in our current world could be virtual reality inside someone’s personal computer with prying eyes watching. The Matrix movie told the tale well.
Lana supports this theory wholeheartedly as she gained further proof upon becoming pregnant. She elaborated her personal hypothesis in a recent 3 Girls 1 Kitchen podcast.
She was willing to reveal that she loves simulation theory, but this got her a lot of criticism from her social media contacts, and the star has many!
Lana can be persistent in providing personal proof. For example, she informed her co-hosts about a psychic who told her she was pregnant. After she got home, she was able to confirm it.
In Lana’s words, this person said that the psychic announced that she or someone very close to her was about to become pregnant. In addition, it would bring great joy into her life. Immediately you assume this to be a coincidence, but is it?
At first Lana took this as a fantasy, thinking “no way”. But she mentioned to her co-hosts, “I told you guys prior that my TikTok tarot card readings were saying I was pregnant as well all month long.”
Every reader can decide for themselves what to make of Lana’s conjecture. It depends on your view of astrology, of course. You might find it to be a boat load of crap until you ponder great minds like Elon musk who have defended it.
He has been quoted as saying “there is a one in a billion chance that our universe is not just a program on a hard drive.”
In 2016, Musk attended the Code Conference where he explained the problem of determining a game from true reality. The billionaire tech owner seems to have a rare insight, and he offers his own version of proof.
“The strongest argument for us being in a simulation is the following: 40 years ago we had Pong, like, two rectangles and a dot.”
Such was the nature of most games at the time. Now everything has changed; for example, photorealistic 3D simulations. Millions of people are playing at the same time.
Things are evolving year by year. Soon we can expect virtual or augmented reality.
This implies that with even minimal improvement, games will be indistinguishable from what we call reality.
Neil deGrasse Tyson for one, has estimated the odds to close to 50-50. He told Scientific American that the likelihood is very high. Who wouldn’t listen to the director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York?
He says that humans and chimps share a whopping 98% of their DNA. Of course, we are well beyond our primate counterparts in terms of intelligence. Tyson insists that we would otherwise be “drooling and blithering” idiots.
For Tyson, everything is just a creation by some entity for the purpose of entertainment. The evidence is convincing. Consider the Mandela Effect conceived by the paranormal consultant, Fiona Broome, who in 2009 described the collective “misremembering” of common events. She coined the term after the activist and intellectual, Nelson Mandela.
The Mandela Effect refers to the assumption by many people that Mandela had died in prison back in the 1980s.
As a matter of fact, Broome and her ilk claim to have watched his funeral television. So why was Mandela freed in 1990 to later die in 2013?
This kind of misremembering is rampant. Since the term was first coined, the internet has shared many examples. Think of Monopoly Man said to wear a monocle, when in fact he does not! It is more common than you know.
Then there is an assumed glitch in the Matrix. It boils down to this: we are all players in someone else’s game. So we now ask, was Lana Roades’ pregnancy really predicted in the tarot cards? Who knows? Time will tell.
Will we find out before we pass to the other side? If we learn the truth before then, what will you choose – the red pill or the blue pill?