To me, the trivial nature of the objection sets a really bad example for the kids. It sounds like something an eight year old boy would do, then is scolded by his mother. It's just sad to witness this.
Wouldn't the same arguments being used to posit that we are living in a simulation also apply to those who are supposedly running the simulation? Just how many layers of simulation are there?
Beliefs of this sort just fuel nihilism. It should be disposed off in the great dumpster of useless thoughts.
If the odds are high that we're living in a simulation, then the odds are almost as high that there's a simulation that is running that simulation. Just how far down do the turtles go?
It's a useless belief that can lead to nihilistic thinking. Plus it isn't scientific until we can test for it.
Personally I try to skip editing the pages where there is any element of sensitivity to the content. Let others war over that stuff. There is plenty of other material that needs improving. It's peaceful that way, and you'll accomplish more.