We Live in a Simulated Digital Universe: Invisible Him, Empty You

Updated: Apr 22



If we look out into space between the stars, debris, gas clouds, and planets what do we see? I used to think that the space between the stars covers far more sky than the stars themselves, especially due to light pollution, and that it appears that there is far more emptiness in space out there than there is matter. However, depending on your world view, we humans have known that there is something, rather, Someone out there—an invisible God interacting within and without the cosmos. According to modern-day science, we now know that space between planets, stars, and objects in space is not empty, but is at least 85% filled with dark matter which is invisible substance(s) that actually has mass. I argue we can find evidence of The Mighty God/El Gibbor/Lord Jesus’ presence when we understand how to look at invisible things in space. The key is to understand what we cannot see and then we can observe one of the many fingerprints of El Gibbor, The Mighty God.


The Apostle Paul tells us, “For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead“ (Romans 1:20). I love this pun here, as it seems that this verse contradicts itself. I’ve been taught that every time I see what seems to be a contradiction to get happy as there is something special going on. As always, break down keywords and unpack some key verses to fully understand the staggering implications that the Bible is claiming about seeing and understanding God’s attributes through the invisible things in His creation.


The word in the Greek for “attributes” is “ἀόρατα” and pronounced aorata. Aorata implies and literally means “invisible things” or “invisible qualities” that are God’s. The word for invisible here means something not seen through the naked eye or literally “properly, not seen”. The word for, “world” here in the Greek is κόσμου or kosmou which when literally translated means, “something ordered” or an “ordered system”; I think that to get a better understanding of what Paul is conveying here we need to consider what he meant by applying the ancient Greek to the verse—because Greek is more precise than English and the original manuscripts, epistles, or books that Paul wrote were written in Greek—not Hebrew or Latin or English. Why do this? Well, there is much more going on here than meets the eye. So, Paul is describing a very specific thing that is much more than the nebulous English meaning for the word, “world”.


Allow me to paraphrase. He is saying, “For since the creation of the kosmou [ordered system for the Universe]…”. What I think this means is that El Gibbor made an order or foundation for not just the world but the universe, too; he is talking about some hidden thing that makes the world and universe and life possible—directions for the universe that it must follow. We will come back to the aforementioned and it’s staggering! But, first, I think we need to answer some questions. How can we see God’s invisible attributes clearly? And, how can we observe something invisible that points to God? I remember getting frustrated repeatedly wondering, “Is all this some sort of spiritual gobbly goop?” No, and please bear with me as I will explain shortly after sharing another verse that coincides with the previous verse.


In Hebrews 3:11 we have the verse, “By faith, we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God so that the things which are seen were not made of things which are visible.” The word for worlds here is αἰῶνας “aionas” and again, in this case, it means something different in ancient Greek than it does in present-day English. Here “worlds” does not mean planets rather, it’s “age” or “time”. We can safely agree that time is invisible. So, if we look at the properties of time we can understand more about God. The verse here is saying that God made time. As explained in previous blogs, time and space are physical properties of our universe and are considered the fourth dimension. So, if God made time and space He existed before them in the higher dimensions, hyperspaces, spiritual realms—or whatever you want to call them. Since time and space had a beginning then it must have an ending point, too. Thus, for thousands of years, the Bible asserts that the universe isn’t infinite—unlike what proponents of the Big Bang Theory have said for mere decades. That is until they were forced to change their zealous belief, adapt their worldview, and then reinvent their theory many times over the last century. As a side note, I credit Dr. Missler for remarking, “[To the Big Bang Theorists] first, there was nothing… then, there was something… and then it exploded”. And, Dr. Eastman for joking, “Where there was a Cosmic Egg there must have been a Cosmic Chicken!” I digress. What Paul here is saying is that the egg did not come before the chicken. The creation could not come before the Creator. So, when the Bible says we can understand Him by looking at His invisible creations, in this case, space-time, we can understand that He’s eternal. So far so good? So, what are some of those other invisible and hidden things that show us the attributes of God?


Let’s take another look at part of the verse from Hebrews earlier claiming that “the things which are seen were not made of things which are visible” (Hebrews, 3:11). Here Paul is claiming that God made the physical from invisible things; lacking the modern-day vocabulary to describe them, the Bible is claiming that the observable world is made up of invisible things and we have a name for them: quirks, anti-quirks, atoms, moles, matter, electromagnetic energy, elemental forces. What does this tell us? This shows us that His mind is infinitely wise and knowledgeable. The Bible also says that we can understand how powerful He is by looking at His creation. I believe that we now know what He uses to hold all things together. Please, keep an open mind here. If God made the universe full of matter, energy, and space-time He would need to make rules for them to follow. Again, El Gibbor first had to have laid down that “order for the Universe” which we looked at earlier in Romans. I am staggered at how scientifically accurate all of the aforementioned really really is. Here is the “what” that He uses to hold things together.


The scientific community now knows—and has known for some time—that we are living in a digital simulation, made up of mostly invisible things/atoms/particles/, of course, which cannot be seen by the naked eye. There is so much electromagnetic energy that is all around us in our daily lives that we can’t see yet we can feel their effects adversely or positively. Ever need sunscreen for the beach or a thin lead vest while at a dental clinic? Ever hear how important getting sunlight is for vitamin D production? Invisible light and radiation, the invisible energies, particles, and atoms all point to what the Bible has been saying all along about our reality. Yes, is more evidence that we can take our Bible literally when it says, that we are truly looking at things through a dim mirror or glass—a reflection that isn’t real! We live in a sort of Matrix, a digital simulation!


Let’s go back to the concept that He/El Gibbor made an invisible order/sets of rules for the Universe to follow, which is known in Quantum Physics as, “Simulation Theory”. Theory or not, it has been proven that we exist in a digital simulation (Elvidge, 2014). When you touch your computer mouse, sit in your chair, scratch your head, or even put on your clothes, any part of your hand, body, and skin virtually does not touch any of the aforementioned objects—it gets extremely close but never makes contact. What that means is in our reality nothing we can see or interact with is solid. How does it work? Surely you remember looking at diagrams of an atom, with a nucleus in the middle and rings of protons and electrons whirling around it. Well, the positively charged protons and negatively charged electrons in the cloud that surrounds the nucleus of an atom are both attracting and repelling the nucleolus of the other atoms they are bonded to—at the same time; yes, their wavefunctions, protons, and electron paths, overlap, and their electrons and even protons technically slide into each other, but the nuclei at the center of atoms never touch. So, that means that atoms in our daily lives only hover very very close to each other; however, there is evidence that unless you are out in the extreme cold of space nuclei do not technically touch; when atoms touch they collapse upon themselves (Trasper, n.d). So, the same thing

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goes for the atoms that make up your skin, muscle, organs, and even down to your blood and DNA that is in your body. The cells in your body are held close together by the proton and electron clouds surrounding the atoms, but just as with the aforementioned objects earlier, you are not solid at all. This extends to virtually everything in the Universe being digitally simulated. To better understand, if you don’t already know, let’s look at how much space is in between atoms through a thought experiment.


Let’s say we break off the lead/tip of a standard pencil; then picture the pencil tip as the

nucleus of an atom; drop that pencil tip in the very middle of Michigan State Football Field to represent the nucleus in the center of an atom; now picture similar-sized tips of pencils whirling around the edges of the football field to represent the proton cloud that surrounds the nucleus; even further out around say the edges of the stadium or parking lot we have a fraction of the size of the pencil tips—representing the electron cloud of the atom—of which are whirling around the protons. That is a lot of space between the nucleus and its particles; suffice to say atoms are not solid. Furthermore, when an atom bonds with another atom or when molecules interact with each other, “the volumes occupied by their electron fields

touch, and repel each other…the nuclei don’t touch each other but the atoms and molecules do” (Neumaier, n.d.). How much space theoretical space is in between two atoms—of course notwithstanding some atoms are smaller and bigger than others? But, for argument's sake, let’s refer back to our football stadium example.


According to our model, here on Earth, if the pencil tip nucleus in the center of one stadium gets bonded to another nucleus in an identically sized stadium they will not touch. Depending on how loose atomic bonds are, it is theoretically possible that our proverbial pencil tip nuclei when brought up to scale can be as far as a mile away from each other. Not only is there an extreme amount of space in between them, they are whirling and waving around in 4-dimensional space, with their other the outer shards of pencil lead/electrons interacting with each other but technically not ever occupying the same space in normal circumstances—more on this later. Again, needless to say, that is a lot of emptiness between the nucleus and its proton cloud and electron shell; so, these atoms and their bonds are not solid due to there being so much space in between them. Now, going back to everything we see in the physical world; everything is made up of these invisible elements, and if brought up to a very large scale they are as far apart from each other as a pencil tip in the center of a football stadium is to another pencil tip in another stadium and even farther apart—loser bonds would be even farther apart. Virtually everything we can touch is not solid but digital simulations: your clothes on your back, the hair on your head, the chair under your bottom, and mouse. And, the in-your-face Lil’ Billy fact of it all is that where there is a digital simulation there needs to be a code to run it and where there is a code there needs to be a programmer. Let’s just appreciate how much El Gibbor is doing for us right now on an invisible.


It has been discovered, for some time now, that hidden in the fabric of the universe is undeniable proof that the Cosmos is running on an invisible digital code or “system” or “order” that is identical to computer code (A-Domain, 2018). Do you get it yet? The Bible has been saying this all along! According to Professor of Physics and Director of Center for String and Particle Theory at the University of Maryland S. James Gates, the computer code written in the fabric of the Universe is identical to the same type of code that we use to surf the web; according to professor Gates the code is written, “into the equations we used to describe the cosmos yes [there is] strings and bits of ones and zeros” (A-Domain, 2018)—binary computer code is written in ones and zeros—all of which can never come about by chance. If there is any question as to where computer code comes from my advice is to ask a computer information scientist. Depending on their level of patience they might answer in a slightly sarcastic tone that code comes from a programmer. It takes careful thinking and skill to make computer codes. What is code exactly? Code is bits of information, symbolic arrangements, data, and or instructions that work together to let computer programs run, communicate, and simply be (Cote, 2021). The code that was discovered, notwithstanding that we’ve just have to wait and see for more of them, that is running everything in the Universe needed something bigger, powerful, and outside of the Universe to have written it, programmed it into the Universe, and maintain it—Who do you think that Is? Now, I cannot help but bring up the opposing argument. I can’t help but assert that this discovery destroys the enormous erroneous exhilio creation calims or “out of nothing creation” idea that pseudoscience holds about the Universe—the “God particle” if it exists came from God—specifically El Gibbor. Thermodynamics states energy flows from orderly to disorderly; and, you cannot create nor destroy energy under natural circumstances—it takes something supernatural to do the aforementioned. The same thing applies to digital code, as you have code without first having a programmer.


Code does not come about by randomness or, “out of nothing”. That is one reason why I would sit in class frustrated that we wasted so many hours being force-fed chance chemistry in biology classes. Chance chemistry is the cheap pseudoscience’s answer to the origin of DNA—the replacement atheistic religion that requires even more faith than does the Bible, in fact you must remain in the state of blind faith and reject true science to uphold evolution via chance chemistry—as it’s mathematically impossible. I didn’t have the words to explain it at the time nor knew the science well enough to explain why my science teachers were teaching me lies. They proposed that DNA (code) and laws of physics (order) magically evolved from randomness (entropy/chaos)—lookup NASA astronomer Robert Jastrow’s quote about the possibility of DNA brought about by Darwinian Evolution being less likely than a tornado building a fully functional 747 jet while passing through a junkyard; only in the undying religious-like zeal of the evolutionist does chance chemistry and randomness provide an answer to the origin of life, mater, and the order of the universe; billions and billions of years of random clashing of objects in space do not produce binary code. Chance chemistry does not provide an answer to what created the dimensions and hyperspaces in the first place, as without a code to keep the Universe held together, keep it together long enough for the things therein to start growing, and a myriad of other things, there could be nothing in the Universe to clash into in the first place! I was taught that this is where our misguided atheist and scientific friends falter, as they cannot explain the origin of information and code. Evolution and randomness cannot create code, in fact, randomness is detrimental to code and programmers have gone to extreme measures to ensure no randomness for better codes (Rorvig & Quanta Magazine, 2022)! The most sophisticated computers today cannot even create a truly random number/code, as it’s very hard to even for state of the art computers to do and contrary to how computers operate—they need rules and order. Thus, again, this brings us to the only logical conclusion.


The invisible cosmic code hidden in the things that are seen needed Someone outside of the system/Universe to write it, put it into place, and maintain it. I am beginning to believe that El Gibbor personally keeps the order/system of our Universe running. I don’t know how He maintains the system other than guessing it’s done with His thoughts, power, intelligence, love, and commitment to His creations and especially to us humans. As, mentioned before, if the very atoms in our body do not maintain that proper distance apart, then every cell in our body would collapse upon itself and we would cease to exist. As a side note, I think that this is how the Lord Jesus/El Gibbor was able to have access to both the human and spirit dimensions. It’s impossible for atoms to occupy the same space. However, without getting too deep into it, it’s theoretically possible for atoms with identical atomic clouds to pass through the same place at once so as long as their electron clouds have a different spin component (Kawamura, 2020)—it’s just very very hard to get electrons to do that.

So, assuming we believe that Jesus Christ is Who the Bible says He is, then it would be very easy for Him to pass through walls and doors like a ghost, just like in the gif to the right (credit to Colton Kawamura for creating the gif and allowing people to use them). He could pass through walls like a ghost and then re-materialize like a man on the other side by changing the spin and waves of the atoms around Him. I also think that it might have something to do with photons, too. Recall after He had risen, he was able to pass through doors and seem like a ghost, but then materialize and be touched, embraced, eat, and He even cooked food. Jesus Christ being El Gibbor, has the knowledge and technology to do things like that without error.


So, what does all of this have to do with anything? The invisible code that makes the universe run is an attribute and fingerprint of the El Gibbor, Jesus Christ. I can tell you with certainty the Lord Jesus Christ is our programmer and the One Who is running the code—not Allah, Buddha, Kronos, Krishna, the Nacash/Lucifer, or the human spirit or any other said deity. In John 1:1 we can read that Lord Jesus was the creative aspect behind creation. In Colossians 1:16-17 speaking of the invisible God, and firstborn of overall creation:

“For in Him [Jesus] all there were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible…all things have been created through Him and for Him; He is before all things, and in Him, all things hold together” (Colossians, 1:16-17).

So, to be clear, the Bible is saying that the Lord Jesus is holding the universe together. He runs the universe! We are His video game and digital simulation! We are part of a larger reality and our experience, despite how painful, enjoyable, bright, and interesting it is on Earth is a dim reflection of a greater reality that we cannot see with our eyes, as said in 1 Corinthians 13:12, “For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am known.”


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Joe Cote. (August 19, 2021). What is computer programming? how to become a computer programmer. Southern New Hampshire University. Retrieved February 23, 2022, from https://www.snhu.edu/about-us/newsroom/stem/what-is-computer-programming


Kawamura, C. (2020, December 21). Do Atoms Ever Touch? Medium. Retrieved March 2, 2022, from https://medium.com/ground-state-curiosity/do-atoms-ever-touch-d55e0934d70c


Neumaier, A. (n.d.). Does an Atom Mostly Consist of Empty Space? Retrieved February 23, 2022, from https://www.mat.univie.ac.at/~neum/physfaq/topics/touch.html


Rorvig, M., & Quanta Magazine. (2022, February 10). Researchers Defeat Randomness to Create Ideal Code. Quanta Magazine. Retrieved February 23, 2022, from https://www.quantamagazine.org/researchers-defeat-randomness-to-create-ideal-code-20211124/


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