"Earth as a Simulation Series 2: Are we simulated copies of people? How, slowing down technological development in your simulation will get around the potential recursive building sims in a sim glitch problems. However, an accurately simulated population will STILL present specific experiences, despite that the technologies these experiences depend on DON'T YET exist (immersive VR experiences for example). This series presents evidence of anomalous 'missing technology' experiences & evidence of obscuration of these & evidence that the simulation we are in was built in the last few decades."

On a previous page, I gave an example of an experience that my friend Trish had of watching falling people floating to the ground when the rope they were standing on high above the ground was cut.

Now, I’m very sure that ‘IF’ we had seriously good immersive virtual reality technologies in use here and now then many people would be using these to have different flying experiences.

With commonly used immersive virtual reality environments and games then it is likely that there’d be many people having superwomen, supermen and neo experiences as well as of an eagle (or another bird) or even of being a winged angel, depending on the immersive environment they engaged with.

Under what Circumstances Would you Rationally expect that some people would feel that they SHOULD be able to FLY?

So, ‘IF’ we are in a simulation and advanced technologies have been slowed down such that we are way behind in technology terms compared to the population we are simulating then many people here could have embedded expectations relating to immersive virtual reality experiences that the person they are simulating had.

In other words under these conditions it would be quite possible and in fact you would expect that some people here would have completely unrealistic and impossibly strong expectations and even perhaps compulsions that they should be able to . . .


If our technological advances have been slowed down then it is likely that you would have quite a few people that strongly sense or feel all the way through being seriously convinced that they can and that they should be able to fly.

Now I’m sure that the simulation designers would have figured this possibility out AND they’d make sure that it was very unlikely that no one would actually try to fly here. However, as I’ve explained on previous pages, in a very accurate simulation you will find that people will automatically have embedded expectations that relate to the regular experiences of the person they are simulating.

So, hypothetically, if you are simulating someone whom spent 3 hours a day for say 4 months being superman (or similar) in some virtual reality environment or game then it is seriously likely that the resulting 360 hours of immersive continuous experiences of flying around as superman will result in you having embedded ‘flying as superman’ expectations. ‘IF’ you here are simulating such a person then you are likely (at the very least) to be partially be convinced that you ‘should’ be able to do the superman flying thing . . .

Do you Think, Feel or Intuit that you should be able to fly? What form are you supposed to be when you fly?

In an authentically real reality ANY such beliefs, expectations or compulsions would be very bizarre, in a simulation attempting to present a pretend real reality with technologies slowed down then this is one of the possibilities you could expect.

So, do we have people here that DO expect to fly?

Do you reading this feel you should be able to FLY?

Having people giving greater details of exactly how and why they’d expect to fly or even of what body ‘form’ they’d expect to have would allow you to narrow down and to more accurately define the original avatar form and the original virtual environment that the person they are simulating used when they had the flying experience.


‘IF’ we do have such expectations then fill in the poll above AND leave a comment giving more details below. You can tick up to three selections in the above poll.

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