I never said it invalidates, only the fact that our universe is not compressed in any way we know of the way games are
The point of this discussion is if its a possibility. In order to simulate our world you will need to have a world FAR more massive than our own or one that has a special feature like smaller particles. Assuming that would be convenient, but jumps the akham's razor in order to validate a cool idea, instead of based on a real observation.>tl;dr That rout disbays reason
Just because quantum theory is old, doesn't mean its valid. Einstein said, god does not play dice with the universe, and Schrodinger's cat was a thought experiment to ridicule that idea. It can make some predictions, but not to even a fraction of the extent of what would make it valid. I think it's a misguided rout that has to be scrapped and rethought.
Pardon, but I'm not familiar with that paradox. Why would the information be lost? It was first sucked in, than broken off of, where would missing info be?