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  • Author: Rizwan Virk
  • Publisher: Bayview Books
  • First Edition – Second Print 2019
  • ISBN 978-0-9830569-0-4
  • 313 Pages

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Author: Rizwan Virk

Publisher: Bayview Books

First Edition – Second Print 2019

ISBN 978-0-9830569-0-4

313 Pages


“In the Simulation Hypothesis, Riz Virk combines the mind of a scientist with the heart of mystic, using video games to explain the virtual reality that we live in.”

-Dannion Brinkley, bestselling author of Saved by the Light

The Simulation Hypothesis explores one of the most daring and important theories of our time: hat our physical reality is part of an increasingly sophisticated video game, not unlike that depicted in the movie, the Matrix. In this book, the mysteries of quantum physics, the evolution of artificial intelligence, video games and virtual reality, are mixed with subjects like consciousness, karma, and the afterlife. They are brought together into a cohesive, information-based computer science framework.

Whether you are a computer scientist, a fan of science fiction, a video game enthusiast, or a seeker of spiritual truths, The Simulation Hypothesis is for you. You’ll never look at the world the same way again!

“In the Simulation Hypothesis, a Riz Virk presents a radical alternative to current models of reality … the result is a stunning reappraisal of what it means to be human in an infinite universe.”

-Jacques Vallee, venture capitalist and author of Forbidden Science

About the Author

A graduate of MIT and Stanford, Rizwan Virk is a successful entrepreneur, video game pioneer, film producer, venture capitalist, and bestselling author of Zen Entrepreneurship. Riz’s video games, including Tap Fish and Penny Dreadful: Demimonde, have been played by millions. He currently runs Play Labs@ MIT, a video game accelerator at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


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