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atrimus

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Rodimus

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Subj: Re: Are scientists on the brink of discovering a mirror universe?
Posted: Thu Jun 13, 2019 at 02:54:43 pm EDT (Viewed 154 times)
Reply Subj: Are scientists on the brink of discovering a mirror universe?
Posted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 at 04:24:59 pm EDT (Viewed 237 times)



    Quote:
    https://bigthink.com/surprising-science/mirror-universe



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    I'm not a science expert or anything, but I did understand some of what is said here. Are they saying that the mirror universe could have doppelgangers of us there?


This reminds me of something I read a year or so ago, that at a certain point beyond the observable universe, it's mathematically impossible for there [i]not[/i] to be repetition. The reasoning went as follows:

There's a finite number of atoms in the average human body, and a finite number of ways those atoms can be rearranged within the 1 cubic meter volume of space the average person occupies. Essentially, if you go out far enough (let's say 20 billion ly past the known universe), you would run out of number of ways to rearrange your atoms before you ran out of space, at which point you'd find your exact doppelganger.





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