THE SIMULATION HYPOTHESIS: LIVING IN THE MATRIX & UNEXPLAINED PHENOMENA
Lecture with Rizwan Virk, PhD
Time: Saturday, May 30, 2020
2:30pm–4:20pm
Location: Inspiration Room

MIT Computer Scientist Rizwan Virk delves into the mysteries and implications of the Simulation Hypothesis, which explores one of the most daring and important theories of our time: that our physical reality is part of an increasingly sophisticated video game-like reality.  Using his experience as a video game designer, he shows why the simulation hypothesis better explains many of the mysteries from quantum physics, eastern (and western religions), and charts out the evolution of our own technology up to the point where we will be able to create simulations like the Matrix. Moreover, Virk will talk about how UFOs, synchronicity, OBEs and remote viewing fit into the simulation model of the universe.

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