Just Released – The Simulated Multiverse
An MIT Computer Scientist Explores Parallel Universes, Simulation Hypothesis,
Quantum Computing and the Mandela Effect
I’m excited to announce the general availability of a sequel of sort to The Simulation Hypothesis. My new book, The Simulated Multiverse, is a journey back into rabbit hole of simulation theory with a different lens: that of the multiverse, turning our ideas of both space and time upside down.
Order it now and be among the first to read it!
“Refining his impressions first introduced in The Simulation Hypothesis, with the progress of AI since his research at MIT, in The Simulated Multiverse, Virk has expanded his thesis in the wider scope of the multiverse, building on the framework of pioneers such as Nick Bostrom and Kurzweil. The result is a new challenge not only to theories of simulation, but to what constitutes reality itself, and human illusions of our rightful place within it.”
—Jacques Vallée, venture capitalist, author of Forbidden Science
“I’m grateful to be living in a branch of the multiverse where if I’m asked to go into more detail about the relationship between Total Recall and quantum physics, I can simply point someone in the direction of this comprehensive and entertaining book. To quote a certain 1999 blockbuster: Woah.”
—Rodney Ascher, director of A Glitch in the Matrix
“In The Simulated Multiverse, Riz Virk takes simulation theory and The Matrix to a new level. Using computational tools – complexity, artificial intelligence, video games and quantum computing –Virk explains an interpretation of our world that sounds like science fiction: that we are living multiple parallel timelines. If you want to get glimpses of possible presents, pasts, and futures, read this book!”
–Brad Feld, venture capitalist and author of
The Startup Community Way