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Alien Information Theory: Psychedelic Drug Technologies and the Cosmic Game

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Since prehistory, humans have used a range of psychedelic drugs for communion with the gods, connection with nature, or for the pure pleasure and wonder they generate as they transform the mind and the world. But one natural psychedelic in particular towers above the rest in its astonishing power to replace the normal waking world with a bizarre alternate reality replete ...more
Hardcover, 234 pages
Published April 16th 2019 by Strange Worlds Press
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Robert Patterson
Jul 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
The entire universe is digital information.... with DMT the key to unlock the coded infinite hyperspace behind this reality. Paralleling Conway's Game of Life, Dr. Gallimore presents a case for coded reality.

Pros;
- Beautiful book, love the original drawings, typeset and layout.
- I like the parallel to Conway's Game of Life as a model for self modeling "life" with a simple coded paradigm.
- Makes a strong case for universe being quantised information that could be "digital"
- Interesting model of
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Martainnnnn
May 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book lays out a fascinating theory before the reader. I struggle to grasp most math and chemistry with any ease but still felt I understood the gist of what was explained.

Beautifully presented and illustrated in a way which is both artistic and informative, a truly unusual book broaching a subject that is emerging as one of the, if not THE, great mysteries of our place and time.

I highly recommended this read.
Mircea Ŀ
Dec 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Let’s see. Most of the book the author introduces the building blocks needed to explain his theory. These block include but are not limited to:
- quantum physics
- simulation theory
- neuroscience
- psychedelics
- multiple dimensions
- computer programming

If this wasn’t enough the book itself is illustrated with amazing looking 8bit art.

In final chapter the theory (from the title book) is introduced and the amazing thing is that it’s actually coherent. I’m not sure if this is just art or
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Ed Peckham
Jun 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
An incredible theory of the universe as a simulation and the way out brain processes the world in well explained concepts. Old school 8-bit art throughout - it's a beautifully presented book that needs re-visiting again and again
Dan Smith
Jan 21, 2020 rated it really liked it
The books includes a very good introduction to the world of automatons and the idea of emergence in complex systems. From these ideas the author argues that we are living in a multidimensional cellular automaton that is part of a finite set of instantiations of reality, and that this reality is actually a code being monitored by an alien civilization that created it as an evolutionary algorithm that selects for conscious intelligences. The final argument is that the aliens evolutionary algorithm ...more
Xia
Jul 31, 2019 rated it liked it
A bold and thought-provoking theory which leaves the Divine (God, Goddess etc) out of the equation in a way that perplexed me.
Susan Hill
Feb 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Incredible insight into how the mind creates our world(s).
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