|What if the world we perceive as reality, is only a fabricated environment like a game that other beings are playing with.|
I really hate this "Matrix" crap.
With what we know about physics and the universe, this is all but completely impossible.
And even if it were true
... what difference would it make? If we cannot perceive the other beings, nor see nor influence their actions... for all purposes they may as well not exist.
What if my right foot actually transforms into a raygun when I'm sleeping and burns a hole in the wall? Then immediately after my left foot transforms into a wall-repair gun and restores it to its original form? But this only happens when no one else is around, nobody has ever seen it happen, and I am unconscious so I never see it either.
That question makes as much sense / is as profound / is just as likely as the question you guys are asking. It's really easy to make up ridiculous questions and act as if they're so deep... but really they're not. They're just absurd and meaningless.
|the digital unicorns don't know they are digital unicorns, so how would we know we are anymore real then they are? However, we all know we exists, therefore, those unicorns exists too. |
This is the dumbest thing I've heard in a while. I was going to respond to it, but I'd rather not waste my time. If you want to compare your existence to that of a digital unicorn's, go right ahead.
|Ignorance is bliss?|
Says the guy who thinks he is no more real than a digital unicorn. Haw.
|I'm offended by the implication that metaphysical time-wasting isn't fun. |
The problem with this question is that any yokel can pull any answer out of their ass and start discussing it as if they were the new Aristotle. It's impossible to make any progress because the question itself has no meaning/purpose.
It basically is tantamount to a big circle-jerk. Except even circle-jerks typically end with a definitive conclusion.