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If the multi-universe theory is true then every movie youve seen has really happened in another universe. amirite?

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Nope. For the zillionth time : "infinity" and "everything" are 2 very different concepts.

@dankXD Nope. For the zillionth time : "infinity" and "everything" are 2 very different concepts.

yup if everything that were possible occurred over an infinite number of universes then there would be a universe that somehow destroys all other universes. We are here ergo not every possibility is made a reality.

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@Impolsion yup if everything that were possible occurred over an infinite number of universes then there would be a universe...

Everything after "if" is massive conjecture.

there would be a universe that somehow destroys all other universes.

Unless that is in no way possible. In which case it could be that every possibility is made reality.

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@Tanmoykayesen And who says that every movie you've seen is possible?

Oh, definitely not what I'm trying to say =P

I'm pointing out that "everything possible" does not necessarily include "a universe that somehow destroys all other universes".

I think SelfProgrammingError's proof of "not every possibility is made a reality" does not hold.

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@Mytokhondria Everything after "if" is massive conjecture. there would be a universe that somehow destroys all other...

Honestly all we have is conjecture when it comes to something as unobservable and abstract as reasoning the rules of a multiverse. It's like trying to decide whether a particle in a state of superposition will taste sweet or salty.

@Missannthropic Honestly all we have is conjecture when it comes to something as unobservable and abstract as reasoning the rules...

It's like trying to decide whether a particle in a state of superposition will taste sweet or salty.

Right, so you can see why I take issue with you doing (almost) exactly that. You said "if everything that were possible occurred... then there would be a universe that somehow destroys all universes".

This is completely unfounded conjecture. More than that, you used it as a way of logically showing that "not every possibility is made a reality". I'm saying that that logic is not sound at all, because the premise is just a complete stab in the dark.

P.S. I am aware that my writing often seems snarky/ill-mannered, but I really don't mean it to be, so sorry if I do come across that way.

That would make every movie a documentary.