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Do We Live in a Simulation? Chances Are about 50–50
Kipping then showed that even in the simulation hypothesis, most of the simulated realities would be nulliparous. Then you are only left with the simulation hypothesis,” Kipping says. But Bostrom takes issue with Kipping’s choice to assign equal prior probabilities to the physical and simulation hypothesis at the start of the analysis. Kipping, despite his own study, worries that further work on the simulation hypothesis is on thin ice. The simulation hypothesis is elaborate, presuming realities nested upon realities, as well as simulated entities that can never tell that they are inside a simulation.
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