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probability of occurring then the probability being expressed is either wrong or talking about something different than the event it was thought to describe if the said event is now occurring. A … % probable, because to exclude anything being possible, you have to define a space which can be absolute and controlled, which we do not know exists anywhere. Existence itself might be a probability of …
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Theoretical infinity, and pragmatic limits Quantum mechanics shows at the very small, you get to a point where things exist as both a wave and a particle. This stops the infinite splitting of space …
answered Jun 24 '18 by PeterJens