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It is hard for the average human being to gasp at the possibility of a concept called 'endless' and 'infinite'...

i think i grasp the concept quite well.

Is it a lot? No. Is it more then a lot? still no.... It is literally countless, there is more then stars in the universe and if the multiverse is truly infinite and does exist, that brings up an interesting question. Do we classify the stars in these infinite universes as infinite as well? Even though both are infinite, for every one of the infinite universes there are nearly undoubtedly going to be trillions upon trillions of stars. Just a thought.
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Pseudo science, nothing more than a half baked hypothesis based on "naturalistic" philosophies. An attempt to explain something from nothing.

Say what you want but creationism is the only alternative philosophy there is when you get down to the bottom of things.

You didn't even watch it.
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i think i grasp the concept quite well.

Is it a lot? No. Is it more then a lot? still no.... It is literally countless, there is more then stars in the universe and if the multiverse is truly infinite and does exist, that brings up an interesting question. Do we classify the stars in these infinite universes as infinite as well? Even though both are infinite, for every one of the infinite universes there are nearly undoubtedly going to be trillions upon trillions of stars. Just a thought.
There is a difference between practically infinite and actually infinite. Huge difference.
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There is a difference between practically infinite and actually infinite. Huge difference.


Practically infinite is for the lazy, actually infinite i have doubts of it's existence.
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Pseudo science, nothing more than a half baked hypothesis based on "naturalistic" philosophies. An attempt to explain something from nothing.

Say what you want but creationism is the only alternative philosophy there is when you get down to the bottom of things.

Pseudoscience is things like homeopathy and energy flow mumbo jumbo.

This is a protoscience, and is on its way to becoming a legitimate science.
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i think i grasp the concept quite well.

Is it a lot? No. Is it more then a lot? still no.... It is literally countless, there is more then stars in the universe and if the multiverse is truly infinite and does exist, that brings up an interesting question. Do we classify the stars in these infinite universes as infinite as well? Even though both are infinite, for every one of the infinite universes there are nearly undoubtedly going to be trillions upon trillions of stars. Just a thought.


trillions upon trillions is a finite number and any given universe has only a finite amount of stars or matter or whatever.

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Practically infinite is for the lazy, actually infinite i have doubts of it's existence.
Why? It has to be a property of something. Whether you assign it to the multiverse or assign it to whatever created the universe or whatever created whatever created the universe, eventually you have to give something the property of either being actually infinite or circular aka functionally infinite.
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trillions upon trillions is a finite number and any given universe has only a finite amount of stars or matter or whatever.

Yes, obviously i know that, but if there actually an infinite number of universe, and each universe contains trillions of stars, then are there more stars then infinite universe, less or do we just classify them in the same category "infinite."
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You didn't even watch it.

That's the best you can do? A personal attack?
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Why? It has to be a property of something. Whether you assign it to the multiverse or assign it to whatever created the universe or whatever created whatever created the universe, eventually you have to give something the property of either being actually infinite or circular aka functionally infinite.

Time as a concept is what has the infinite parameter. Through infinite time infinite *verses will be created and destroyed. I would doubt very highly that infinite anything exists at this very moment.
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That's the best you can do? A personal attack?

Nope. Just stating my beliefs.
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