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A piece of beauty from one of American music’s hidden (and now sadly lost) treasures…

Thanks Rick.

Quote of the Day:

Even if the simulators were scrupulous about simulating the laws of Nature [in their created world or universe], there would be limits to what they could do. They may know a lot about the physics and programming need to simulate a universe, but there will be gaps or, worse still, errors…little flaws will begin to build up. Logical contradictions will inevitably arise and the laws in the simulations will appear to break down…The inhabitants of the simulation…will occasionally be puzzled by the observations they make. Mysterious changes would occur that would appear to contravene the very laws of Nature…

…if we live in a simulated reality, we should expect to come across occasional ‘glitches’ or experimental results that we can’t repeat or even very slow drifts in the supposed constants and laws of Nature that we can’t explain.

from ‘One Hundred Essential Things You Didn’t Know You Didn’t Know’, by John D. Barrow