That's the thing about Systemspace, it is so darn believable. Regardless of pre-existing religious beliefs and ideals, if one is to follow current studies and principles of physics and quantum mechanics it is so easy to make the interpretation we are living in a simulated reality of some sort(or at least, not the original reality). Things like the observer effect actively changing how particles act within our world based on the mere notion of being measured is absurd…why would any natural universe have systems in place to act that way? Wave particle duality shows that particles act in(very basically explained) a way which they work through having the potential to do many things, and don't exist in one continuous state until measured, which seems very counter-intuitive to a physical plane unless it is trying to use less resources until necessary.
Now, I'm open to the ideas that
A: We as humans suffer from cognitive issues and disabilities; that we are incapable of perceiving how our reality truly operates.
B: Our scientific measuring tools are incapable of accurately measuring our reality yet.