insufficiently argued. but interesting.
What struck me was the concept of a simulation as a testing crucible to determine whether to allow a particular "mind" on to the next level of "reality".
Also interesting is the concept of "time"... in a simulation, time can be manipulated by varying the cpu time allocated to any given "mind", and the whole timestream can be run in reverse by reverse all equations. That concept jibes with the concept in physics or reversing all momentum and vector to reverse physical actions. e.g. a glass shattering.