They don’t add up:
Bartlett: I can make a model of atoms moving around, but it actually requires entire computers, which are all made of trillions of atoms, to make that simulation.
Even if you could make a perfect simulation of reality, it would have to be a smaller reality than what you’re simulating it with.News, “Jonathan Bartlett on why we do not live in a simulated universe” at Mind Matters News
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