From Elon Musk to Joseph Smith: a material simulation hypothesis
Giulio Prisco

While I believe any formulation other than a partial one of the simulation hypothesis to be fatally flawed because of the too good to be true problem I can appreciate the enthusiasm with which you embrace it and also try to reconcile it with the writings of a man you believe to be divinely inspired. I suppose what I call a problem, for a religious man, is viewed as a blessing. Interesting how opinions of essentially the same thing can be so diametrically opposed.

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