make an AGI system, made using logic in this universe.
cannot think outside of said logic because it exceeds the bounds of the universe.
the simulation could have been programed with only the necessary requirements (I'm not including a purpose for the simulation that would be retarded to even being to consider), meaning that outside of our simulated universe could exist rules that are not in our set, or more generally the rules of our universe are a proper subset to those in the non simulated.
however this was a logical conclusion based off logic of whats in our universe so that could mean that it doesn't apply outside if there exists logic not found here. and that would, and that would, and that would, ad infinitum.
let's just say one this is true: that there are two sets of logic where on is the proper sub set to the other. Let's see what we can know about that type of relationship only from our position as a trapped observer to the contained set.
Anyways my main point is that the simulation theory is way too common, it's thought up by things we discovered and ideas we contain, it's pretty retarded. The simulation idea makes way too many assumptions and isn't based on much except for "muh computers".