Lunchtime, doubly so

Donald Hoffman is a cognitive scientist studying evolution and perception. He has discovered that in simulations, evolution does not favor accurate perception of an external objective reality. So what if our perceived reality has little or nothing to do with the actual thing?

Robert Lanza is a biologist who might agree with Hoffman. Lanza is the founder of biocentrism, which theorizes that space and time are purely constructs of sensory limitations

This isn’t as crazy as it might seem. Relativity already made space malleable, and physicists are starting to conclude that quantum gravity will require reformulating space and time as emergent phenomena

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