Against the Simulation Hypothesis

No. The “is” itself can never be wrong, because it stands for the principle of identity. What can be wrong is the use of the “is”.

Several people use the language in several ways, so some people even use the verb “is” in a false way.

Normally, poor or incorrect judgement is and should be corrected by teaching the correct judgement. But the next question follows immediately: “What is the correct judgement?”. The only possibility we have is to keep on referring to logic, because all other possibilities can and often do lead to the misuse.