Simulation Class

Posted on August 17, 2020

“Alright, pack it up, this one’s headed onto the main event sequence.”

“No way, look at these variables. This sim is totally off the rails look”

“I know what you think this looks like, but here…” *twists knob* “10 years. 30 years. 50 years. Aaaaand at 70 years we hit strides with the main event sequence.”


“Look back at my third lecture. You’re missing a bit on the religious complexity.”

“No way, the religions in this model are wack. I spent a ton of time on them”

“Yes, that’s the problem. You spent too much time on it relative to your other variables. It’s better to have medium level balanced macro-socio-complexities than a random assortment of higher and lower level ones.”

“So I made the religions too complex?”

“You could use more integration in between the variable systems themselves… look.” *hitting keys* “This should help you for next time.”

“Wow, thanks!”

“Yeah don’t sweat it. Now wipe this sim and start over.”

“Alright, I’ll toss an asteroid in”

“Good. I’ll check back in tomorrow.”

“Wait, watch this” *hits buttons* “The asteroid is inbound, but I put it on a delay. It’s rapidly orbiting the galactic core and it’ll shoot out soon”

“I see you have been paying attention to your physics class.”

“Here, I found this person. They have no clue what’s about to happen”

“Yes, of course not.”

“Here, let me zoom in” *typing, scrolls* “hahaha look at this”

“Wait, is that…”

“Yeah, they’re reading a story about the asteroid. They don’t even know it exists, and that I can make it end their life before they’re done reading”

“Alright, don’t be too juvenile. Get to work.”

*sighs* “Ok” *clicks*

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