The Case Against Reality An article in The Atlantic argues that the world is nothing like what we experience through our senses. "The world presented to us by our perceptions is nothing like reality. What’s more,...we have evolution itself to thank for this magnificent illusion, as it maximizes evolutionary fitness by driving truth to extinction.
Changeless Reality "There is something present which is experiencing the current situation. We do not know what that something is, yet we know for certain that it is present, that it is conscious.
We know that it is not the mind, the body or the world, because the mind, the body and the world are part of the current situation that is being experienced."
We are Living in a Computer Simulation "...we should hope that it’s true that we live in a simulation. 'Otherwise, if civilisation stops advancing, then that may be due to some calamitous event that stops civilisation.'”