Is the Multiverse Infinite?
Last night I watched a TV documentary on the Multiverse.
In it the suggestion was made that in an infinite multiverse, there must inevitably be a universe which is identical to our own in every detail.
However, surely if it is identical in every detail, then it is our universe.
I would suggest that, if the universe(s) are individually finite, then there must be a finite number of ways of arranging the constituents of these universes before they start to repeat themselves.
If (as I suggest) a repeated universe cannot be claimed to be a different universe, then the multiverse must also be finite.
Huge in the extreme, but finite.
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