In this episode, Riz talks with documentary filmmaker Rodney Ascher, whose recent film is A Glitch in the Matrix. This was the first of several simulation related movies to be released this year. They discuss the process of making the film, why it's different from other works on simulation, simulation theory and religion, the dark side of simulation theory and the Matrix defense, their favorite simulation sci fi movies, and other simulation-related topics. If you are interested in simulation theory and films, this episode is for you!
Join Riz for a lively conversation with Tom Campbell author of My Big TOE, and one of the earlier proponents of simulation theory. Tom's work is unique because not only is he a physicist by training, but he brings experience with different aspects of consciousness, including OBE's, Remote Viewing, and is one of the few to provide a Theory of Everything (TOE) that really covers, well, everything! The discussion includes Tom's background, mysteries of physics, entering multiple virtual realities, and the status of his experiments to prove that we are living in a simulated world. Learn more at cusac.org and mybigtoe.com.
Riz talks to Adam Curry, former researcher at Princeton's PEAR lab and founder of Entangled, about the intersection of quantum mechanics, consciousness, and how it might be creating a consensus reality. We talk about his experience in building QRNGs (quantum random number generators), possible explanations for synchronicity, the nature of the past and the future, and how all of this relates to the Mandela Effect. Adam describes a number of experiments with confounding results that might reveal something deep about the nature of the universe that science is only beginning to suspect.
Join Riz for a lively discussion with physicist Sky Nelson-Isaacs about his book, Living in Flow. We talk about synchronicity, quantum physics and the branching of reality. We get into quantum weirdness, retroactive event determination, the delayed choice experiment, and the holographic multiverse and holograms in time, concepts that he's developing which could explain how we navigate different realities in what he calls a "responsive universe". You might think you understand the past and the future, but this conversation will make you think again. Visit Sky's website at www.skynelson.com
Riz explores the work of science fiction legend Philip K. Dick and the Simulation Hypothesis, by interviewing his surviving wife, Tessa B. Dick. In our conversation, we discuss everything from the The Matrix (what would Phil have thought?), multiple timelines, dreams, The Adjustment Bureau, Blade Runner and his belief that we are living inside a computer generated reality.