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|Quote (heddle @ May 21 2007,12:07)|
I didn't go to Cornell; I went to Carnegie Mellon.
Yes, if I understand your question, a theoretical infinity of universes can arise, depending on the model, either in series or in parallel (or both.)
Sorry about the school confusion Dave. I'm careful playing probability games with anything that contains an 'infinite' and at least one positive occurrence. Do you remember 'Drake's equation' - I guess that was the first time I thought about such things. Personally, I think the universe would be a much more fun place if life and intelligence were common emergent properties.
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