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On a long enough timeline, is anything possible?

Asked by: Zedsdead
  • If time is infinite, then the number of variables are also infinite. If a variable hasn't happened yet, just wait; it will.

    What makes you think everything has not already happened before the big bang? What makes you think time only moves forward? Only when we can grasp the concept of infinity, can we start to apply rules to what can, or can not happen during infinite time. Until then, everything is possible.

  • If time is infinite, then the number of variables are also infinite. If a variable hasn't happened yet, just wait; it will.

    What makes you think everything has not already happened before the big bang? What makes you think time only moves forward? Only when we can grasp the concept of infinity, can we start to apply rules to what can, or can not happen during infinite time. Until then, everything is possible.

  • No,somethings are just not possible no matter how much time is given

    If one wants to be practical and realistically some things are just not possible.We have to think about what we can think about in the immediate future.It's hard to think about something that is so far in the future that our imaginations can not really travel their without our bodies.

  • Even a long timeline is subject to scientific principle.

    People like to think that with more time, they could accomplish more. Time is essentially a separation of space. Giving oneself more space does not necessarily increase possibility, particularly when those possibilities are defined by scientific principle. So, in essence, what is possible within the existing timeline is also what would be possible within the realm of a longer timeline.


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