The half-hour Fox-News-Special over-the-air broadcast version of this article contains an interview with one person (I don't recall who or their affiliation) claiming that if we lived in a computer simulation, then cosmic rays would be "asymmetric" (that was his word, by which I'm assuming he means anisotropic).
But (a) how's that possibly related to the subject (can't see it for myself and not googling anything)? And (b) uh, oh -- doesn't IceCube and similar experiments confirm some such anisotropy (lending support to simulation speculation)? And (c) anybody else see that over-the-air broadcast? Am I maybe misunderstanding something?
>>Edit<< Okay, found an online transcript of that broadcast here: http://www.fox5ny.com/news/the-big-idea-is-life-a-simulation where you can read the quote from Peter Morgan (the chief artificial intelligence officer with Ivy Data Science, a company specializing in AI education)...
He says there are ways to test the limits of our physical world, such as by measuring cosmic rays. he says that if we were living in a simulation, the energy distribution from the rays would be asymmetric. So far, good for us. He says everything lines up.