Coast to Coast AM – Oct 17 2012 – Simulations Science & Reality C2CAM

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Coast to Coast AM - Oct 17 2012 - Simulations Science & Reality C2CAMDate: 10-17-12 Host: George Noory Guests: Jim Elvidge, Willie Wilkerson Electrical engineer, and scientific truth seeker Jim Elvidge, discussed theories of a programmed reality, in which we may be living in a giant simulation, as well as developments in science and the mind. All the evidence seems to point to the idea that our world is made of bits and data that in some ways seems to follow patterns that we see in computational systems, he noted. Philosopher Nick Bostrom has posited that at some point in the future, we’ll be able to create simulations of a fantasy reality computationally in a «post-human» phase, and if that is true, we could already be in such a simulation, Elvidge pointed out. When we die, we could in a sense wake up from the experience of living in our physical matter reality, which may seem as unreal to us as a dream, Elvidge intriguingly suggested. Further, he theorized that our consciousness comes from somewhere outside the human body, is driven by intent and free will, and uses our brain to experience physical matter reality. He also spoke about different concepts of parallel realities. One is espoused by the metaphysical writer Tom Campbell, who delineates an astral plane or thought space that encompasses our physical reality and other ones similar to ours, and he believes that we can travel between these parallel worlds. In NDEs and other out-of-body states, people are sometimes able to experience timelessness (time being a factor of physical …