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The principle is that as its drive reaches infinite improbability, the ship passes simultaneously through every conceivable and inconceivable point in every conceivable and inconceivable universe (in other words, when one activates the Infinite Improbability Drive, the ship is literally everywhere at once). It is then possible to decide at which point you actually want to be when improbability levels decrease.
Originally posted by buddhasystem
Folks, I tried to reason by giving a real-life example from CERN history... Nobody would listen. Yea, a piece of (wet) bread can cause havoc when dropped onto an outdoor high voltage setup. What else is new?
[edit on 6-11-2009 by buddhasystem]
Originally posted by FAQAmerica
Well... here's my "real-life" example...i've worked for CERN forever and nothing like this has ever happened.