« on: December 06, 2016, 08:48:25 am »
I wonder if there's something keeping track of statistics. If so, does it just like, use human ideas of "things" to calculate what the groups of particles are (Y'know, so if one of these simulation engineers wanted to watch some good old fashioned, rough and tumble slimy, lubed up super sex they could switch to it instead of any other situation where carbon, water, and various other elements are moving in and out of each other repeatedly), or does reality abstract everything on the large scale and only turn on the particle physics when someone's looking closely? Are sex and driving and writing and fighting all their own separate but seamlessly integrated sub-systems? Are we actually just living in the final version of Dwarf Fortress?
I think Bethesda designed the universe.
It would explain a lot about the general lack of playtesting and overall bugginess and stability issues. Like black holes everywhere and dark matter.