Define consciousness clearly:>waking state? human brain without any disease or defect? is a baby conscious, when does it begin/end?
next level? what? levels are very well defined in quantum physics
what "level" of consciousness are we talking about here, all humans? is a person with downs syndrome, a lifelong heroin/dope fiend, an indian yogi and a 5 year old child all on the same level?
how do we measure levels.
third question doesn't make sense, you cannot simulate the universe from inside it because you need to simulate your simulation machine.
operators have not made themselves available. are you referring to the tetrad and fifth node:>3-space x y z, time, einstein-rosen bridge>strong, weak, gravity, ectromagnetic, dark force?>solid, liquid, gas, plasma, bose-einstein condensate>fire, earth, water, wind/wood, ether/gold>The standard model of cosmology indicates that the total mass–energy of the universe contains 4.9% ordinary matter, 26.8% dark matter and 68.3% dark energy
so 5% is energy as we understand it. This figure will get getting re-adjusted as we build more space telescopes, but it's very problematic. Because it means human experience is only 1/20th of the universe, so either we are level 1 noobs with no gear, or it's not a simulation designed for us but for something else, the darkness that is expanding everywhere.
Remember it's space itself that is growing out of nothing (except this hypothetical dark energy force pushing things apart). Like black ink being spilled on a page. From the page's perspective, darkness is spreading and seeping into it, from the ink's perspective it is just feeding on the light reflective surface of the page and spreading according to the initial force acting upon it and guided to friction, surface tension, material absorption.
A logical person would say this is a universe designed for the darkness, not for the light. That is not meant to sound edgy, it's just theoretically true.