Our existence in a computer simulation appears to be one of the hypotheses discussed by the atheistic scientists of our day and the article states that it is a "legitimate scientific hypothesis". So the belief in a supernatural being, God, who transcends all things is mocked as an unscientific religion, but the belief we are all in a computer game is a valid scientific hypothesis? I hope the irony isn't lost on anyone reading this article. This goes to further prove that scientific fact can only be taken so far, eventually you have to come to a type of faith or religious belief.
This article is also telling about Neil deGrasse Tyson, who moderated the discussion. This article states he says the chances are 50-50 that we are in a computer program. Based on this alone, people should take with a grain of salt his opinions when it comes to a person's decision on whether or not to have faith in God.
This forum is also telling in another sense. I think deep down they all know that what we observe in science today points to an intelligent creator and this is seen in the article when it states, "the more we learn about the universe, the more it appears to be based on mathematical laws". Faced with this, they must invent some mechanism to explain what they see. Whether it being a computer simulation, a hologram, or multi-verse - as long as it isn't a Loving God. I'm not sure I'll ever be able to understand where their hatred for the idea of God comes from, but then again, we humans can be a stubborn and arrogant bunch.
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