posted on Aug, 5 2011 @ 10:54 PM
That's the wonderful thing about this concept. The sheer number of potential theories that can arise from it never ceases to amaze me. Heck, my
favorite one (most far fetched), is at the mere instant of the universe collapsing in on itself, a computer of infinite complexity can be built. The
society that builds this machine, then could theoretically simulate an entire universe, with every minute detail. With this "infinite computer", the
society could then run any number of simulations of their past - or even any "fantastical" universes. As such, they could effectively "live
forever" within that single instant before their universe collapses.
Also, to the people who say "conjecture is pointless", I offer a bit of food for thought. My grandpa once told me, "never stop imagining the
impossible. Because when you do, you lose the ability to be creative. When you stop being creative, you lose what it means to be a human."
I'm not saying "this is the way!! rawr rawr!", but what I am saying, is it's always nice to entertain a bit of impossible thought, if only to
stimulate the grey matter.