Evidence we are living in a simulation

There’s no substantial difference between “jump on the turtles when they have these facial expressions in this order” and “gather the tears of a virgin during a full moon.”

So, if we are in a simulation, we would expect there to be bugs in our universe, which might be exploited with just the right series of normally-unremarkable actions. In-universe, we call that magic.

… [Super Mario Brothers 3] was released and done with; our world is still being maintained. So what we would expect to see in our world are bugs/magics that work for a while, but then stop once the god/grad student who maintains our code patches the bug.

This should be a ride


Six Flags has the rights to the Merrie Melodies / Looney Tunes franchise, so they could potentially build a Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarves ride at any number of amusement parks.

Side Note: Of the Six Flags parks, I’ve only been to Magic Mountain, which is kind of a  shithole, although I haven’t been there for at least 20 or 25 years.