This post is a very brief introduction to the intelligent design hypothesis.
If we are living in a computer simulation, as Nick Bostrom has argued is a possibility, maybe this is not just an ancestor simulation but an interactive computer game. In this game, some of its creators, or participants, assume various roles, such as country leaders or scientists who make remarkable discoveries, and some even cause conflict and wars. Maybe the main objective is entertainment or it may be something else we do not understand and in this context some fundamental questions arise.
Another epistemological shock from a paper in the junk archive that confuses symbols with their values and that knowing if the limit of a sequence exists does not imply knowing its value.
Precognition, in my opinion, my be due to the probabilistic nature of the human quantum brain. The human brain calculates probabilities about future events constantly, based on available information.
In Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Joe Salerno provides the following introduction to Fitch’s paradox of knowability: