Zsia Discovers the Simulation

Wednesday December 19, 2012

My daughter, Zsia in NJ, had an interesting experience. On her way to a business meeting in Newark, New Jersey, a car suddenly came out of nowhere and made an illegal U-Turn right in front of her. She remembers not having time to hit the brake, and seeing the driver in the other car move through her car as they collided. Then her consciousness was back, sitting in her car, as a man in a local store came running to her rescue in what he saw as a major accident. The man shouted to pull over and that he was a witness to the accident.

Both cars pulled over on what is a 4-lane street (2 lanes in each direction). The man in the car that allegedly hit her, got out. Believe it or not, he had his two children in the car and was taking them to school, already late. Here is the point ... nothing happened to Zsia or her car. Though shaken, she was fine as was the other driver, his children, and their car. All the other driver could do was apologize over and over ... then exchange information as they all stood there in shock.

In the evening Zsia called me for an explanation. Simple ... like me Zsia has the ability to stop time and change the insert - thus leaving everyone unharmed on this day. It has happened to me on many occasions, but I have always understood the nature of reality as a simulation, why I am here, and how to manipulate time. Today Zsia did the same thing. We had been talking about the simulation for days, especially now as physicists are seeking to prove everything is virtual. On this day, the 12th birthday of her son Dylan, Zsia experienced first-hand how reality works. Welcome to my world.

End Program

The final episode of Star Trek Enterprise was called These Are the Voyages ... . It featured Jonathan Frakes' character Commander Riker as the focal point. The show centered around the use of the holodeck (metaphor for our reality) as a place we see characters interacting, recreating scenarios, and the starting and stopping of simulations created by Riker, to learn. This is the premise of our reality. You are on a journey in a simulation set in space and time. It is about to end. In 2012 Ellie Crystal in Brooklyn got to work with Captain Kirk.

The closing line of the series finale - Riker to Lt. Troi - "End Program"! ... So shall it be.

They walked through the door ... and then they were gone.

All that was left were the grids ... and then they were gone.

Fade to Black