God the Multiverse & Simulation

the Godly simulation

I have previously covered the topic of reincarnation

As a contrarian thinker and as an agnostic, i feel comfortable sharing my next idea šŸ˜›

I was watching an episode of black mirror the other day, and it was about simulation … then it hit me … what if …

There is a God, and the God have a kind of simulation to be able to judge the personality of spirits/people, and that simulation is a set of millions of parallel universes -commonly know as multiverse –

There must have been someone who have thought of this before, apparently not, thus i get to name this theory ! and i’ll call it “the Godly simulation

+ What if dreams are the way we connect with ourselves in other universes.
+ What if we get to have a different physical appearance in these other universes / or even gender.
+ What if these other universes have another set of physics and biology laws … that would explain a lot of weird dreams …


I’m not a believer in this theory, but it’s worth reflecting upon. So why not!



Morality for AthiestsĀ 

Many say religions are bad, I disagree. With the exception of extremist currents, I think religion is good for the masses.

Why ? you might ask …

Well, religion simplifies morality, it makes it so simple that even the dumbest humans could understand …

In almost all religions: you steal, you kill, you do bad things you will be punished by God/gods …

It take it even farther, you do good , you get rewards, like paradise etc …

Result > more people doing good and less people doing bad things.

Now, if we remove the religion factor, and ignore the criminal justice in a given country, things get complicated.

For example, how morality should have any effect on an atheist ? 

– stealing ? Why would that be wrong ? Some would rationalize it if they want.

– murder? With the human history full of savage barbarism, don’t think it’s hard to rationalize murder …

– Corruption, lies, cheating, Scam…. easy to rationalize 

In all honesty, for people that do not believe in Devine laws, morality becomes a personal struggle …

However, it is easy avoid this struggle especially concerning the minor “sins” …

Once we understand that small steps can lead to a destination we don’t want to go to.

Meaning, once we understand that small bad actions will lead us to normalizing them, and eventually lose part of self respect.

Example, the shoplifter, who continues shoplifting will probably end up becoming a criminal.

Thus Morality should be seen as a way to avoid becoming bad. 

Our brain always seeks validation, that’s why we rationalize, but if we mark clearly that such minor actions lead to this result, then the actions would be clearly rejected by our brain, not because of morality, but because of self validation.