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I’m Convinced We Really Are Living in a Simulation

Difficult questions on the nature of reality, observation, and interpretation.

In 1999, The Matrix popularized the idea of a simulated reality in a visceral way. I was a teenager when I first saw Neo in a vat of slime — in the real world. It was powerful and left a profound imprint on me and so many others.




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Lance Baker

Lance Baker

A fellow observer on the journey through life. Trying to cultivate a deeper way of being in the world.

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