Yeah I think you are INFP, maybe even INTP because of your grasp on certain material. Give me a chance to rewatch some of your videos to see. If could be inferior Te you're using. I think Philip K. Dick was INFP, and you seem more like that archetype. In this instance Fi has a grasp of how people work so they just apply how they feel and are to how other people must feel, given some logic. They're like ENFP, but more introverted. They're the "regular people" whereas an INTP would be like a scientist.
No reason is could not.
But supercomputers right now are extremely less powerful in comparison to future supercomputers that would use the quantum vacuum to compute. (10^99 Planck units per cubic centimeter)
oh no not via supercomputers but via the abstract social system that is currently in place.
i assume that each nation is it's own simulation and the culture is the code.
who decides the culture? i'm skeptical of assuming it's the people on the ground at this point in time.
Social-cultural systems naturally evolve by the strains of new codes introduced by the creative drive people have to make new ideas and the ability to spread them. Technology being one of them as the number of species is enormous. As people retain more and more ideas and experience the cross-pollination inside the unconscious furthers the creative process leading to more variety. The system then can only ever increases in complexity because of transmitted communication of new memes.
I like this list apart from Ni/Se. "Causal links" aren't usually associated with Ni - though I don't understand the concept of causality well enough to make a self-verified conclusion, I can say from what I've read that it's associated if anything with Te.
Also it's Ni rather than Se that is focused on perspectives. I guess that Se+Ni combination could work like that, but for the rest of the list you just posted the function as it would be used independently, rather than as a dual process.
I sometimes experience Se as an impulse to act that seems to come out of nowhere, so perhaps something about shifting perspectives for Ni and physical impulses for Se?