Realizing We Exist in a Simulation

As we enter the realms of science and pseudoscience, we realize that the quest (mission) is, and always has been, to figure out (remember) who we are and why we are here. Each of us is programmed to discover that truth in our own way. The age of technology was set in motion in the consciousness grids to help souls figure it out.

Elon Musk: Reality is a Simulation

  Elon Musk: We are living in a computer simulation  
Independent - June 2, 2016

Humor: Evidence That Elon Musk Is an Alien   Gizmodo - June 2, 2016

Last night, Elon Musk suggested that Earth is simply a simulation from an alien race's video game. Why would Musk say this? Because he is one of those aliens. It's easy to get a kick out of Musk's quirky quotes. But the closer you look at his words and actions, the more you'll start to see: He's an alien who came from another galaxy to help save humanity. Here's proof. SpaceX is just a front so he can have somewhere to store his own space transportation vehicles without raising suspicion. (All those failed launches - totally staged.) Why is Musk so hell-bent on getting rockets to leave our atmosphere? Because eventually, he needs to get home. Musk raised more than Stephen Colbert's eyebrows when he recommended that we drop thermonuclear weapons over the poles of Mars. Why would anyone want to lob nukes at an innocent planet? He claims it might warm the atmosphere up enough to make Mars hospitable. But he really wanted to destroy it. I mean, if your own race had long been at odds with the extraterrestrials that reside on Mars, youÕd want to blow them up, too. Maybe ItÕs part of the reason he came to Earth. Luckily there now seems to be some kind of treaty in place.

Elon Musk   Wikipedia

"Person of Interest" - Reality is a Simulation

If you're like me you've watched Person of Interest over the last five seasons having embraced the experience and are saddened to see it come to an end ... yet anxious to see how it all turns out before it Fades to Black. "Person of Interest" hinges on government conspiracies and corruption mirroring the simulation of our reality. There's surveillance of citizens, murder and mayhem as A.I.s run the world/simulation/hologram. Man versus machine - who determines the final outcome? The answer is the creators.

"The Day the World Went Away" was the show's 100th episode - and one of its most galvanizing. From the start we see Harold the Machine's creator (Michael Emerson) and Root the Machine's analog interface (Amy Acker) struggling with their philosophies and the future of the Machine or A.I. I actually went back to their intriguing dialogue at the beginning of the episode after watching the end. For me it's one of those episodes that I save and will watch over and over.

This was an adrenaline filled hour and a program game changer. Best of all was the stellar performance by Michael Emerson as he speaks to Samaritan (A.I.) at the end. He's been lost over the past year believing himself to be a man of principles now facing the consequences of his actions. Harold and his machine are about to go on the offensive as he gives her the freedom to make her own decisions. The death of Harold's friends becomes the catalyst for his transition into what remains for the final three episodes. Killed last night were Elias - yes we can love a Mafia boss from Brooklyn - and Root who "ascends" becoming the voice of Harold's machine and her namesake.

My favorite scene (36 minutes) - was Root explaining to Harold that we are all part of a simulation. In a chase scene with the bad guys Root turns to Harold and says, "The real world is essentially a simulation. Even if we're not real, we represent a dynamic - a tiny finger tracing a line in the infinite ..."