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Originally posted by Riakennor
Interesting thing this points out then, is that if we do live in an infinite universe. Then there must me an infinite number of each and every one of us.
In fact if you really think about it then there will be an infinite number of Earth's etc etc
But then comes the weird part. If there's an infinite number of everything that exists... why don't we see copies of everything all around us ? from the very small, to the galactic scale ?
One must wonder then if you really can fit an infinite number of infinities within infinity itself
sorry wrong link this one is better www-users.cs.york.ac.uk...
Originally posted by ecossiepossie
google an googleplex are big numbers but are rendered tiny compared to a Graham .A Graham is a number thought up by a guy called graham .I shall try an find a link en.wikipedia.org...'s_number
Originally posted by Riakennor
Interesting thing this points out then, is that if we do live in an infinite universe. Then there must me an infinite number of each and every one of us.
In fact if you really think about it then there will be an infinite number of Earth's etc etc
But then comes the weird part. If there's an infinite number of everything that exists... why don't we see copies of everything all around us ? from the very small, to the galactic scale ?
One must wonder then if you really can fit an infinite number of infinities within infinity itself
Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
What about a Googolplex raised to the Googolplex power
Read the book deep time, and you get a sense of infinite time scales with large numbers. Time scales so long that if one mm represented the length of time of the existence of our universe (13.6 billion light years) , then time the long scales are measured in light years.