With advances in quantum computer processing, the possibility of mapping entire universes inside computers is now more plausible than ever. Seth Lloyd, director of the Center for Extreme Quantum Information Theory at MIT, wrote that a quantum computer with a 300-qubit processor could instantaneously perform more calculations than the number of atoms contained in our universe. With this in mind, at the time of publishing D-Wave announced that their team had designed a 512-qubit computer processor. If we as humans eventually develop the capability to program and run computer simulated universes, then there is a likelihood that this has already been achieved many times before. Further, there is a high probability that we reside inside a computer simulation. In this enlightening new work, Mark J. Solomon entertains just one central idea, that all of us exist within a computer simulated universe. With this one concept, the author works through a reasonable set of observations, repercussions and predictions. This book will expand your thinking on the structure and nature of the universe as well as your accepted notions of reality itself.