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@Mime-I concur, but can’t grasp how every possibility can co-exist on the same planet at the same time. I can’t be here and there at the same time. My reference to infinite possibilities is with respect to belief, not what is. What is, is constantly changing, but at any one moment in time it just is what it is. We don’t necessarily understand it, we can apply beliefs to try and explain it, but at the end of the day it is what it is, not an infinite number is “is’s”. I can believe anything I want, but thinking it doesn’t make it so.
@Mime-Touche. I guess what it comes down to for me is that I can’t reconcile my life experience with an infinite number of alternatives; it’s too grand for my little brain to navigate.
For example, lets say someone believes that if they don’t drink water they will live forever. In my life experience I would estimate that I would die within 3-4 days. I estimate that the same would apply to everyone on the planet. Are you really saying that, by your estimate, it is possible that there is someone on the planet that would live forever if they stopped drinking water? Or are you saying that somewhere at some time this condition will hold true?