For example, let’s say I run my video game, I see a loading bar slowly filling itself as the computer loads graphics and physics for the sky, water, trees and a village. It doesn’t load the contents of every house in the village. When the player tries to go in a house, only then are the contents of the house loaded. This optimization mechanism saves time and resources on the initial loading of the game.
One of the quirkiest features of quantum mechanics is that only when observing the object, the state is determined.
So, as a thought experiment, considering all the “our universe is an illusion” theories, could quantum mechanics be a form of optimization done by the “big universe illusion machine” to save on computational resources? has this been explored?
– dude54 via the Ask a science question page.
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