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Old Aug 27th 2013, 07:52 PM   #11
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If time and space had no beginning and no end (which is my personal belief) everything that is possible, would be... with an infinite number of occurences!

So, plenty of parallel "universes".
Even if the Universe is infinite in extent (in space-time) we could not say this. The Universe has certain laws that it follows and thus there shouldn't be any reason, for example, to expect that there is a place in the Universe where the objects fall up.

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