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originally posted by: MysterX
A Multiverse, more or less due to an infinite number of Universes, can by definition, lead to at least some of these 'pocket' Universes having been created as a direct intention, as a consequence of, or otherwise brought into existence by God..any God.
A Multiverse is theorised to contain an infinite quantity of Universes..each within their own 'Universal bubble', insulating and isolating each Universe and preventing collisions and other ill effects that may result from a Universal merging or straying too close to one another.
In an infinite Multiverse (or even an infinite Universe), there MUST be infinite possibilities. The infinite potential for an infinite diversity of..anything.
Anything must be possible.
That also includes the notion that in an infinite Multiverse, or indeed an ordinary, common-or-garden Universe..that there must exist the possibility that a God had no part of it's creation, instead the Universe existing by some other unknown method.
What i'd like you to consider is...it is entirely within probability, if we live in an infinite Universe, or are just one of an infinite number of Universes, that our Universe may be among those Universes not created by a Deity of some description?
Because there must be at least one...
originally posted by: Puppylove
People's concept of what infinite means is silly and ignorant. They hear infinite and apply every dimension to it at once, which is not how it works.
Say something is infinitely long, it is not then also by definition infinitely wide and tall, just long, forever.
Saying there are infinite universes, does not necessity that every universe that can be conceived of must in turn exist.