"I need answers."
"Sorry to disappoint you."
"Actually it's you I want to have a few words with."
"Want me to catch The Fragrance Seller from Bhopal?"
"The whole thing's a giant computer game."
"No not at all, it doesn't need a user to interact with it to function. Its units are fully-formed, self-learning cyber beings."
"Electronic, simulated characters. They populate the system. They think, they work, they eat."
"Let's just say that they're modeled after us. "
"I'm walking around experiencing the past. My body stays here and holds the consciousness of the program link unit."
Charamaynne said in an interview that the puzzle of nonlocality vanishes if you assume that “the world is superdeterministic, with not just inanimate nature running on behind-the-scenes clockwork, but with our behavior, including our belief that we are free to choose to do one experiment rather than another, absolutely predetermined."