Physicist Tom Campbell believes we are living in a simulated reality. That there is no objective reality, that we are consciousness perceiving only data, and that nothing is really concrete. He says it is a good explanation for things like the double slit experiment in quantum mechanics, and entanglement.
It's certainly among the realm of possibilities. The Swedish philosopher and economist Nick Bostrom popularized the idea of living in a simulated realty when he publish his landmark paper on the subject in the early 2000s. His original paper can be found online at one of his websites here: http://www.simulation-argument.com/simulation.html
What do you guys think about the simulated universe theory, almost like the matrix in a way. Google the simulated universe theory and tell me what you think. I find it plausible that we are living in a simulation and...
A scientific theory must be able to make predictions.Quantum mechanics by it's very nature and laws cannot make predictions. Therefore, can quantum mechanics be considered science?Or is it just experimental metaphysics?