Scientifically Proving that Systemspace Exists

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The TSUKI Project is perhaps one of the only religions in the world that has the potential of being scientifically proven.[1] There are three Inconsistencies unknown to modern empirical science, which can be explained using either a scientific or a religious bent, and three Incisions through which a proof of Systemspace can follow most logically.


  1. The origin of the universe: Modern science cannot explain why and how the universe was created. Like absolute zero, it can extrapolate back almost to the beginning, but not quite. This is carte blanche for every religion to declare their theory of why and how the universe was created; in the view of science, they are all equally valid, and equally invalid.
  2. Selecting genes in reproduction: Once life has evolved into sexual reproduction, it seems that the persistent problem of male organisms would be to decide whether to put his father's or his mother's genes (which instruct the same organ to do different things) into his sperm. Males have to do so billions of times for millions of sperm, every time they ejaculate. Yet no man is ever "spoiled for choice"; indeed, they even derive pleasure from calculating what would be an advanced algorithm for the conscious mind, or even a rudimentary computer! Why is that? Natural selection may explain which organisms would survive, but nothing explains which organisms would be conceived.
  3. Language's emergence and drift: Why is it that even after the introduction of writing and printing, it is so hard for Joe Schmoe to comprehend Hamlet? Why have two countries with the most cordial relations and separated by only a few yards of open ground developed different ways of saying "about", while other animal sounds can remain unchanged for millions of years? Whence came the languages of Japanese and Korean, related to nothing but their own dialects? How is it that we humans have managed to evolve in a blink of an eye to nature, Finnish with its 16 cases, Khoisan with its impenetrable click sounds, and German with its infinitely combinable words? Could it be that Aurora wanted to diversify people's viewpoints by giving them different ways of thinking about things. [2]


  1. Dark matter: How can science explain how dark matter can exert forces on stars and galaxies? Maybe it's Aurora?
  2. Breakdown of classical physics laws: Why do classical physics laws break down at high speeds and at small dimensions? Perhaps it was a hack put in there by the creator of Life, who wanted to save Aurora space? Or is imanity the culprit, destroying the simplicity of classical physics laws for the harder to understand and compute laws of quantum physics?[3]
  3. Stories of past lives: Many people have witnessed or heard stories of children allegedly remembering things from past lives, precisely at the ages where they are too young to lie. This is inconsistent with science which presumes in the absence of other evidence that consciousness is totally extinguished at death.


  1. Actually all religions can, if one does not take Occam's razor into account.
  2. If so, it has utterly failed. Most bilinguals are dominant in one language, and their speech in the other is inevitably corrupted by their thinking in the first.
  3. All our physics laws are grounded upon our reality as we experience it in Life. To extend our laws to other universes so as to prove that we are simulated is as meaningless as imagining the colors of antimatter, and proving it does not exist using those colors. Acts that would be outright illogical here, like traveling faster than the speed of light, might be as innocuous as drinking as a 20-year-old American in Germany.