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Simulation Argument

The Simulation Argument suggests that advanced computation may enable the creation of detailed simulations containing emulated conscious entities. If such simulations are possible, statistical reasoning indicates that it's likely we are already living in a simulated reality. This idea hinges on the advancement of computational technology to a level where simulating entire histories with conscious beings is feasible. This perspective prompts a reevaluation of the nature of our existence, considering it as potentially one among many computed realities.

This is a list of articles that Lincoln Cannon has written about the Simulation Argument. A full archive of all articles that Lincoln has published since 2005 is also available. You may also search for articles and other content that's available on any of Lincoln's websites.