Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold
When you dream it feels like realtime and your mind jumps from setting to setting during what feels like hours or even days, yet dreams are supposed to constitute the last few moments before waking or before REM ends.
Yes. High compression of information processing and intake can be achieved, I was speaking in absolute terms saying that time is an entropic limit of what can be perceived (infinite existence without perceptible proof is possible, though meaningless from human standpoint). And time, considered potentially, is one set (dimension) of several spaces information can occupy before the amount of space runs out (if ever) and it has to move to the next (time) frame or become noise.
Our minds can escape into simulated n+1 universes of the omniverse, question being, is infinitely deep recursive simulation (universe creation) possible, or do you start running into density/other problems? If not, then there are hard physical limits on computability and feasible time compression that put a theoretical limit on the amount of resources that can be effectively utilised.
Even things as fundamental as having only a single source for consciousness/personality become a problem. As the distances between computation/information centers increase, even across multiple simulation depths, there arise new limits for maximal effective ranges of storing and recalling information for single-centered entities.
At some point an entity has to split and accept that it won't be able to have access to its wholeness in order to coordinate a much greater information processing effort.
Also it's worth considering if the dimensionality of the omniverse is ultimately accessible, or whether the versum is infinite going back to its metric (not unitary, but unit defining) properties.
With regards to doing anything our imagination is capable of producing (being godly), there's no doubt that it's physically possible to create a complete experience of such acts for limited instances of time (or limited instances of any fundamental characteristic that differentiates perception from existence).