I do not quite get the argument that the GZK-Cutoff hints at the fact, that all of our universe is a Simulation. How does the fact, that according to the work of Silas R. Beane, Zohreh Davoudi und Martin J. Savage our reality has limits comparable to the resolution limits of a computer monitor, where you cant draw anything with a resolution greater than the framework of the screen, suggest that we are living in a simulation? If it would turn out that our universe has a basic framework not unlike the dots on the matrix on a screen or the parameters of a simulation and that nothing in our reality can be smaller than that framework, how does that suggest artificial design or even intelligent design by a creator? Doesnt it just mean that we can compare it to something we are familiar with, the frameworks of simulations we create realities in, on our computers and such? Did the authors of Constraints on the Universe as a Numerical Simulation ever suggested that we live in a simulated reality or were they misinterpreted in the media?