Now if you'll excuse me, I'm trying to wash the stains out of Lopunny's fur. --- Lovingly haunting you since the day I died~
#12Crimson_SpiderPosted 8/23/2012 1:54:27 AM
The infinite universes thing only matters if they aren't bounded. For example: there are an infinite number of values between 0 and 1, but none of them are 7. Case in point, slapping on more and more universes doesn't suddenly make Pokemon possible.
#13jimrichardsPosted 8/23/2012 4:18:03 AM
The answer to your question is probably the same as the answer to the question, "if God is omnipotent, can He create a rock that He can't lift?" --- I would prefer to be known as BlackWaltzTheThird, or just Waltz for short. Happily married to Hilda/Hilbert's MILF as of June 4th 2012.
#14natchu96Posted 8/23/2012 5:47:41 AM
If time is a constantly existing and measurable dimension like the other three dimensions in space, like how one explosion just won't reach farther than a certain point, perhaps we simply exist in the safe portion of our world and haven't hit the point where the theoretically 100% possible ass destroys everything . . .
It's hard to think outside of time, but unless you do that the notion you brought up can't really make much sense.
The answer is probably 42, though. --- Official Lopunny of the Black 2 Boar . . . wait, how did THAT happen?!?