posted on Mar, 9 2006 @ 09:40 AM
Technically if there are an infinite number of realities/dimensions, then there is an infinite number of possibilities. Time and space has to
accomidate for the fact that I might decide to randomly throw my arm up for no reason, or outburst in the middle of public where I shouldn't, or even
mundane things like what clothes you decide to wear. Going even smaller, the exact place you put your foot in one dimension may land on a bug, where
in another dimension you might not and it may mutate into some giant creature that takes over the earth. Even smaller than that, things like the
precise location that your microscopic flakes of skin fall.
It has been said that an infinite number of monkies typing on typewriters for an infinite amount of time will eventually produce the works of
Shakespeare. This is true... think about it. It's all about combinations, and there is an infinite number of them.
Of course, if you believe in fate, than there is only a single line that you can travel down. Whereas if you don't, there is an infinitely complex
number of variations that you may take.