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There is a new scientific study that statistically supports the idea that our known  universe is actually a grand computer simulation. This is mainstream science,  and the idea isn’t a whacky as you might first suppose.This news, by the way, also  supports the idea of a Creator who brought this universe — and everything in it  — into existence by design.

A new scientific paper published in arXiv and co-authored by Silas Beane from the University of Bonn reveals  strong statistical evidence that our reality is, indeed, a grand computer  simulation.The title of paper is Constraints on the Universe as  a Numerical Simulation.

Here’s what it means in layman’s terms

Here’s the super easy way to  understand all this. Your computer display screen has a finite number of pixels  available, and this is called the “screen resolution” such as 1920 x 1440. This  means there are 1920 pixels across and 1440 pixels vertically.
Everything  you see on your computer screen must be drawn and depicted using these pixels,  and nothing can be displayed that’s only half a pixel. For example, you  can’t draw a vertical line on the screen that exists between the pixels  that are hard-wired into the screen resolution. Everything you view on the  monitor — a computer game, a website, even a video — is essentially transposed  onto the “lattice” of pixels that exist in your hardware.
Your hardware,  in effect, has a hard-wired “resolution limit” which defines the smallest size  of any object that can be depicted on the screen.
Now, zoom out to the  “real” world in which we live. Here in the real world, we think that there are  no pixels and that we can move fluidly to any location we wish. We are not  digitized being, we think; we’re analog beings living in a fluid world  without the pixelation of a computer screen, right?
Not so fast. As it  turns out, our “reality” is also pixelated, just at a very fine  resolution. This study out of Bonn revealed that the energy level of cosmic  rays “snaps to” the “resolution” of the universe  in which we live. The very laws of electromagnetic radiation, in other words,  are confined by the resolution of the three-dimensional simulation we call a  “universe.”
The existence of this construct, if proven, also proves intelligent design  by a conscious Creator who built the universe to begin with. This is the  upshot of this scientific discovery that most scientists refuse to acknowledge.  But the conclusion is inescapable: If our universe is a carefully-constructed simulation, then by  definition there must have been a purpose behind its construction as well as a  Creator who built it.
For the record, my personal belief is that the  Creator set all the physical constants in the universe and then initiated the  so-called “Big Bang” and let things play out from there. I do not believe our  Creator “tinkers” with the universe at a micro level on a day-to-day basis. But  I do believe there very well may have been individuals throughout history who  found ways to “bend the rules” of the Matrix ever so slightly and thereby  perform the very kind of miracles we see described in ancient texts.

“The structure of the underlying lattice”

The authors of this new paper  describe their conclusion as following: “The numerical simulation scenario could  reveal itself in the distributions of the highest energy cosmic rays exhibiting  a degree of rotational symmetry breaking that reflects the structure of the  underlying lattice.”
This “underlying lattice” is what I’m describing as  a “resolution” of our physical simulation.
There’s other evidence of  this, too: Plank’s Constant, for example, is by itself yet more evidence that  the physical universe in which we live is quantized to a particular  resolution. In fact, even light behaves in a quantized manner, which is why  “light packets” are called quanta.
Our universe, it turns out, is  digital, not analog. Heck, even your DNA is digital, not analog. You are a  digitized physical being imbued with a non-material consciousness that  transcends this physical simulation. Realizing this is a lot like taking the red  pill in The Matrix and being shown that the universe you thought was real  is actually just a grand computer simulation.
Of course, once you grasp  that we are living in a grand simulation, the next obvious question is: Who  built it?

Intelligent Design

One obvious answer is that we built it! Not “we” the  humans here on Earth, but rather the “we” which is a highly advanced  civilization of seemingly supernatural beings with incomprehensibly powerful  technology. We collectively built the simulation, the theory goes, and then  agreed to selectively insert our consciousness into the simulation in order to  have a “human life  experience” on this planet. But that’s only one possibility from all  this.
Another possible answer is that HE built it. Who is He? He is God,  our Creator. He is a consciousness with literal God-like powers who is  omnipresent and all-powerful. He created our universe (i.e. designed and then  launched the simulation) while providing a mechanism for free will consciousness  to “wake up” inside the simulation in the bodies of newly-born beings. Upon  death in the simulation, your consciousness leaves the simulation and returns to  its source, which is the actual reality that transcends this one. This is  possibly why people who have survived near-death experiences consistently report  their experience as being a “hyper reality” that feels like it is “a  thousand times more real than life on Earth.”
For the record, I have  always believed in a supernatural Creator of our universe; our God. I also  believe — and have good evidence — that God is an all-loving being and that  the overriding purpose of our existence in this universe is to express our free  will and thereby have a self-aware experience which advances our knowledge of  who we are. More details on this below…

What would be the purpose of intelligently designing a grand computer  simulation?

If our universe was consciously created, then it must have been  created for a purpose. In his book Proof of Heaven, near-death survivor  Dr. Eben Alexander, a neurosurgeon, describes the purpose in great detail on  page 48 of his book:
Through the Orb, [God] told me that there is not  one universe but many — in fact, more than I could conceive — but that love  lay at the center of them all. Evil was present in all the other universes as  well, but only in the tiniest trace amounts. Evil was necessary because without  it free will was impossible, and without free will there could be no growth —  no forward movement, no chance for us to become what God longed for us to be.  Horrible and all-powerful as evil sometimes seemed to be in a world like ours,  in the larger picture love was overwhelmingly dominant, and it would ultimately  be triumphant.
The primary purpose of life in this realm, it seems,  is to experience personal growth and learn how to overcome Evil. This  explains why we all seem to be surrounded by so much evil on a day-to-day basis.  We are drowning in evil precisely because our souls chose to be here and learn  how to defeat it.
At the end of our Earthly lives, we are then judged on  our performance. As I wrote in a  previous article:
Upon our death, we are judged by a higher power,  and that judgment takes into account our performance in these areas. Did we  achieve a measure of self-awareness? Did we work to overcome evil? Did we  express love and compassion and help uplift others with knowledge and  awareness?
As you’ve probably already figured out, the vast majority of  humans fail these tests. They die as bitter, selfish, substance-addicted,  greed-driven minions of evil who mistakenly thought they were winning the game  of life while, in reality, they were losing the far more important test of the  Creator.

Looking around at our fellow human beings, you can’t help  but agree with my assessment that nearly everyone is failing the test. If we are  here to overcome and resist evil, very few people are scoring very many points  at all.
Having your consciousness attached to a human experience in this  world seems to be the universal equivalent of “being thrown in the deep end” of  Good vs. Evil. Making matters even more difficult, none of us is granted any  sort of memory of why we are here and what we’re supposed to do. We simply wake  up as a newborn, and we have to figure things out for ourselves — a challenge  that often takes a lifetime. In fact, the achievement of “enlightenment” in a  human lifetime is quite a remarkable feat by any measure.

What this means for your life

So what does all this mean in terms of the  way you live your life here on Earth? If you believe the universe really is a  grand simulation created by a higher power, then it forces you to rethink your  philosophy on the purpose of life.
Some might say this is the perfect  excuse to resort to selfish hedonism and turn your entire life into one vast  entertainment parade. But that seems to be the wrong conclusion from all this,  precisely because it ignores the importance of personal growth. I do not believe  our universe is a childish playground; I believe it is a serious test of  spiritual strength. You may or may not agree with all my points, but here’s my  philosophy on what to do with this realization:
#1) Don’t chase material  things that aren’t even real in the first place. You are living in a simulation  that’s as un-real as an old 8-bit Atari computer game. Your focus on trying to  collect money and wealth in this world is about as foolish as trying to collect  gold coins in a role-playing computer game.
#2) Live your life to WIN the  simulation. “Winning” means persistently working to defeat evil, demonstrate  love and help awaken others. Rack up your “karma” points, so to speak. Because  that’s how you will be judged once your earthly life comes to an end.
#3)  Know that your behavior is being watched, recorded and judged. There are  ultimately no secrets. You will, in time, face judgment on all your actions,  and it’s even possible that an entire civilization of advanced Creators will  review your actions with you. (This is what is often described by those who  survive NDEs.) Your actions in this simulation are recorded on your soul for  eternity, so make them count. Don’t do anything your soul would feel ashamed  of.
#4) Know that death is not final. What matters far more than staying  alive on this planet is living your life with principle. Your decisions  (ethics) survive your human life! I would rather die defending principles of  love and enlightenment than compromise those principles to save my own skin in  this simulation. Life is fleeting, but the record of your morals and behavior  lasts forever. If all this starts to sound a little Biblical, that’s because the  Bible is, I believe, based in part on information provided to us by the Creator  of our grand simulation.
#5) Realize that your consciousness is eternal  and you almost certainly “agreed” to come here and experience this life as a  spiritual test. With that in mind, do your best to achieve success within  the test by demonstrating behavior based in high spiritual principles.

Why I’m not afraid to tell the truth

Once you grasp all this, you  realize why I am not afraid to speak my mind and report the truth here on Natural News. People often ask me, “Aren’t  you afraid of being killed?” While I do take tactical precautions to avoid being  prematurely removed from this simulation, I simultaneously realize that there is  ultimately nothing to be afraid of in this simulated world.
What’s  to be afraid of, really? Most of the people who claim to have power in this  world will be reduced to Hellish minions after their death. If you look at truly  evil people in this world, you realize that those people have already doomed  their souls in the real world beyond this one. They will suffer from the Hell  they have brought upon themselves by living lives of deception. We who tell the  truth are spiritual giants compared to those who gain false power through  deception.
That’s why never selling out is an absolutely must if you hope  to pass the spiritual test of life. If you sell out to corporate interests or an  evil agenda that suppresses freedom or health, you quite literally sell out your  own soul far beyond this one lifetime. The phrase “eternal damnation” comes to  mind…
On the issue of gun rights, by the way, all this helps explain  why self defense is a divine right. We all deserve the right to prevent  our souls from being prematurely removed from the simulation (i.e. being  killed). Guns are simply tools that can help us defend our physical bodies so  that our spiritual bodies can continue with their intended experiences in this  reality. This is why those of high spirituality have traditionally carried  swords and other weapons of self defense. Even Jesus recommend people carry  swords for protection, even as they pursue spiritual awakening.
A gun  defends the body so that the spirit can do its work, in other words. But that’s  only true if the use of gun is reserved for self defense only. To use a gun to  commit unjustified violence against innocents is obviously a terrible sin and a  catastrophic spiritual failure.

Conclusion: Has science proven the existence of God?

If all this science  is true, it would mean that science has proven the existence of a Creator (as  well as intelligent design).
This is certainly not the intention of  science, as much of modern-day science seems to be dead-set against the idea of  intelligent design. Yet even if the entire universe can be traced back to the  Big Bang and Inflation Theory  (with Inflatons) there is still the lingering question of “Who or what  initiated the Big Bang?”
If you really look deeply into the laws of  physics, by the way, you will discover that the so-called universal  constants that drive the underlying mechanics and energies of our universe  have been intricately fine-tuned precisely to give rise to a universe that can  support biological life. Change one of these constants just slightly and stars  don’t form. Change another constant and the universe flings itself apart before  life can form on any planets. These are at least six physical constants that  appear to have been delicately tuned, selected or somehow “set” sort of like a  universal control panel with properties and parameters.
There’s an  interesting book on this subject by science writer Paul Davies, by the way. It’s  called The  Goldilocks Enigma: Why Is the Universe Just Right for Life? I’ve read most  of it and recommend the book to other seekers who are looking for the deepest  answers about the nature of reality and how it all came to be.

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