[Avodah] virtual reality [VR]
JRich at Segalco.com
Tue Jul 27 16:32:28 PDT 2021
Thought experiment: In the near future, virtual reality [VR] becomes available in a manner in which once connected, no difference can be perceived from actual reality. A physical support system is also available such that there is never a need to be physically disconnected from VR. In the virtual world one could "do" more mitzvot than in the real world. Is one permitted, required or forbidden to live full time in this virtual world? Would your answer be different for one with late stage ALS?
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