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    The Simulation Hypothesis is a theory that proposes the universe is all just a simulated reality.

    History[edit | edit source]

    Simulation hypothesis gained popularity after The Matrix movie was released.

    Beliefs[edit | edit source]

    Digital Physics[edit | edit source]

    Digital Physics is the idea that the universe is a large digital computation device. Digital physics suggests that there exists, at least in principle, a program for a universal computer that computes the evolution of the universe. The computer could be, for example, a huge cellular automaton.

    Matrix type simulation[edit | edit source]

    In matrix type simulation, universe and consciousness are only partially simulated, because minds exists in real world, only so called matter is simulated.

    Absolute simulation[edit | edit source]

    In this kind of simulation hypothesis, everything including individual consciousness, mind, feeling, matter and rest of things we perceive everyday are simulated by higher beings.

    Computationalism[edit | edit source]

    Computationalism or Computational Theory of Mind is a philosophical perspective that suggests that mental activity, or aspects of mental activity, can be described as computational processes. In other words, it posits that the mind is a kind of computational system and that cognitive processes can be understood in terms of information processing.

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