posted on Feb, 7 2016 @ 02:09 AM
In my opinion, all possible worlds exist as potentialities in the all-encompassing Void. If there is Creation, then there must also be Un-creation.
Therefore some, not all, possible worlds are expressed in Creation, while the rest remain in Un-creation. Only together do they constitute the
Infinite. If every possible thing exists in Creation, that negates Non-Existence entirely. If this is so, then the Infinite is not really infinite at
all, rendering your argument false.
As an aside, we humans think in binary terms. There could be modalities beyond Existence and Non-Existence that our minds could never grasp. To put it
bluntly, I find the "every possible combination of atoms exists because the universe is so big" argument rather prosaic.