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    Therammo's position is the Michio Kaku position and that is that it's not a sequence of numbers but a series of combinations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    Therammo's position is the Michio Kaku position and that is that it's not a sequence of numbers but a series of combinations.
    Thats true. Very well said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    Therammo's position is the Michio Kaku position and that is that it's not a sequence of numbers but a series of combinations.
    I'm not saying it is a series of numbers, I just mean that there are examples of "infinity infinities" that don't have repetitions. There are others. I don't see any obvious reason why they have to repeat.

    ETA: Wait, are you saying that Michio Kaku guarantees it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grapes View Post
    ETA: Wait, are you saying that Michio Kaku guarantees it?
    Michio Kaku does not guarantee anything. He just spews forth lots of pop-sci babble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by therammo View Post
    But my life isnt wonderful
    Sorry to hear that.

    But at least you can take comfort in the fact that somewhere in your universe is another you living a wonderful life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David M W View Post
    Sorry to hear that.

    But at least you can take comfort in the fact that somewhere in your universe is another you living a wonderful life.
    Man, you know what? My life sucks, too.
    I just got an idea...
    I'm gonna find the Alt. "me" having a wonderful life.

    And I will kill him and take his place.
    muhawaahahaaa!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    Man, you know what? My life sucks, too.
    I just got an idea...
    I'm gonna find the Alt. "me" having a wonderful life.

    And I will kill him and take his place.
    muhawaahahaaa!
    The problem being you could just spend your life killing all the alternate "you"s that are living a crap life, thus resulting in wasting your life anyway. The possibilities are infinite

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    Quote Originally Posted by David M W View Post
    The problem being you could just spend your life killing all the alternate "you"s that are living a crap life, thus resulting in wasting your life anyway. The possibilities are infinite
    Why would I kill them? Their lives are their problem. I'd only replace the one with the good life. Or even the moderately good life, I'm not picky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    Why would I kill them? Their lives are their problem. I'd only replace the one with the good life. Or even the moderately good life, I'm not picky.
    Sad thing is you will never be able to do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by therammo View Post
    Sad thing is you will never be able to do that
    Sure, I will. An infinite number of times.
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