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How many of you would like to return as children some time?

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send me back as a girl with knowledge of bitcoin in 2009 and you've got a deal. I'd be 13 or 14 around then and maybe I could actually go to high school instead of dropping out now that I have the social skills for it

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I'd just love to swing on swings, and I can do that in VR. Thus there's not much point.


I see little benefit in doing so, and again, VR will be a thing so unless I just really wanted to and had the opportunity and nothing more interesting to do, maybe. Though I guess some nostalgia I have for my childhood would count, but honestly I'd rather reexperience some of my favorite childhood years as an adult instead.

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My question relevant to my fantasys is can we actually live in a perfect simulation of the past.

You only need to simulate one ounce of time perfectly and then let the laws of physics and your impact on this past time period do the rest.

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