Re-reading this, makes me realize that the robots must spend an incredible amount of power just to keep things running and keep the humans alive. Can you imagine all the infrastructure in place? Like… many, many times… multiple levels of magnitude more power than what humans would realistically produce.After they defeated the humans the robots would have been far better off by constructing solar power plants if they couldn’t think to use the hydroelectric plants. With no humans to house, feed, care for and provide a VR reality to their energy needs would be a small fraction of The Matrix world. All that time, effort and resources spent by the humans only to output mentally challenged machines.
Imagine the power all this stuff requires. It’s beyond imagination! In other words, it takes more power to keep a human alive in a Jell-o pod and to maintain it, than the power this human will ever produce! That’s interesting.
Well, it depends if you have administrator privileges! Jokes aside, it all depends on how the system is made, and what’s its architecture. It’s pretty hard to decipher when you’re in it, though, huge challenge right there.So if we ‘supposedly’ living in a simulation, coul we do pause, rewind or forward?
How did you jump into? Can you provide some details?
Let’s consider we do live in a simulation. How are you going to decipher the rules, the constants, the limits, and the shortcomings of said simulation? Laws of physics are a thing. fine. But when it comes to flaws, good luck. It’s like looking for ways to hack the simulation, so to speak. How do you do it?
For instance, you might be looking for a way to slip between the cracks of the simulation and move to another reality. Okay, how do you do this? You’re like a dog in a cage, looking for a way to escape between the bars of its cage. Laws of physics make the cage a serious obstacle…