Video - Living in a simulation is not too bad and ABBA had figured it all out!

The Simulation Hypothesis should be attributed to ABBA, not Nick Bostrom

Living in a simulation is not too bad after all... as long as you know nothing of it. "Ignorance is bliss" - The Matrix (1999) or: "Ignorance is bliss" - Thomas Gray in his Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College ("Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise" ~ 1730) or: "Ignorance is bliss" - The Ramones - "Brain Drain" album (1989) etc. But even if you know that you're living in a simulation, why should you care? Ok, maybe this is not THE physical reality... but maybe even those who are running THIS SIMULATION are simulated people too, soo... what's reality anyway?! I'm just saying that the ABBA had figured it all out:
Like an image passing by, my love, my life In the mirror of your eyes, my love, my life I can see it all so clearly Answer me sincerely Was it a dream, a lie? Like reflections of your mind, my love, my life
From: "My Love My Life" by ABBA for the "Arrival" album, October 11, 1976, with Agnetha Fältskog singing lead vocals: the finest example of Agnetha's vocal purity. This is the proof that Agnetha Fältskog and the ABBA are the greatest scientists and philosophers OF ALL THE SIMULATED TIME IN THE HISTORY OF SIMULATIONS. EVER. By the way, The Simulation Hypothesis is a real (real... as far as this simulation goes) scientific theory by ABBA and Nick Bostrom, and even Occam's razor would suggest that the simulation hypothesis is more likely than not, if you think of it. More intel in the video below :)