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"Blank lines between quotes indicate that the quotes are not found together in the book. In some instances they are separated by many pages."

The standard way to indicate that is a line of dots, or anyway a couple of inches of them.

I'm glad that you stated that you don't think we are literally living in a simulation, but that it is a good model or metaphor. I have to agree. Virk (and you) seems to make a good case for the simulation model. It's a commonly understood concept these days and, thus, a useful platform for discussion. I'm trying to think of weaknesses, but am not able to immediately come up with anything meaningful.

Interesting overview of an interesting perspective!

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