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1996-10-08 00:00:00 - 2 earth primes? - (CyberSam <smustain@terminus.com>)


I've been thinking about Earth Prime. Is it possible that certain dimensions can have 'carbon copies', meaning be identical in every way? Not likely, but certainly possible if there are an infinite number of dimensions. What if the only differences between to Earth primes is where the first slide went? Maybe the group we follow goes to some world almost identical to the prime, and encounters the other sliders. This could cause big problems, maybe a rivalry between sliders; each group maintaining that this earth was their home. -- Mail me at mailto:smustain@terminus.com "I believe God created me in a day!" "Yeah, it looks like he rushed it."

1996-10-10 00:00:00 - Re: 2 earth primes? - (regnery@ix.netcom.com)


CyberSam <smustain@terminus.com> wrote: >I've been thinking about Earth Prime. Is it possible that certain dimensions >can have 'carbon copies', meaning be identical in every way? Not likely, but certainly >possible if there are an infinite number of dimensions. What if the only differences >between to Earth primes is where the first slide went? Maybe the group we follow >goes to some world almost identical to the prime, and encounters the other sliders. >This could cause big problems, maybe a rivalry between sliders; each group maintaining >that this earth was their home. If there are an infinite number of dimension, there are an infinite number of worlds that are exactly the same as earth prime. Including the fact that they all have this message you are reading right now. George M. Regnery | "The words "to make money" hold the essence of human regnery@ix.netcom.com | morality." -- Francisco D'Anconia (Atlas Shrugged) ----------------------+------------------------------------------------------ Links for Corporate Information: http://www.netcom.com/~regnery/corporate.html

1996-10-12 00:00:00 - Re: 2 earth primes? - (jpbergeron@aol.com)


In article <325B287A.5C15@terminus.com>, CyberSam <smustain@terminus.com> writes: >I've been thinking about Earth Prime. Is it possible that certain dimensions >can have 'carbon copies', meaning be identical in every way? Not likely, but >certainly >possible if there are an infinite number of dimensions. What if the only >differences >between to Earth primes is where the first slide went? Maybe the group we >follow >goes to some world almost identical to the prime, and encounters the other >sliders. >This could cause big problems, maybe a rivalry between sliders; each group >maintaining >that this earth was their home. Doubtful. You see a parallel Earth is created because a different decision or path is taken. There would be worlds close to the one that our sliders come from (I refuse to call it prime because we don't know that for sure. In fact, we don't know if our world is prime.) but none would be exact. -Jeff.

1996-10-13 00:00:00 - Re: 2 earth primes? - (sac31143@saclink2.csus.edu)


If there is an infinite # of dimensions, then yes there would be other earth primes.... An infinite number would eventually mean a duplicate somewhere... give an infinite number of monkeys an infinite amount of time.... -- Sweet Dreams, Wayne A Negative Inverse Correlation I hate that I dream of you Would wish about me. Dreaming of me. When I think It hurts when Of the impossible, I wish you I think of you, Thinking of me. -me

1996-10-15 00:00:00 - Re: 2 earth primes? - (squire@crown.net)


In article <53hj0o$mku@sjx-ixn5.ix.netcom.com>, regnery@ix.netcom.com (George Matthew Regnery) wrote: > >If there are an infinite number of dimension, there are an infinite >number of worlds that are exactly the same as earth prime. Including >the fact that they all have this message you are reading right now. > Well, I don't think that simply because there are an infinite number of worlds that are exactly the same as E'. How do you come to this conclusion? tt Of course, everything I say could be totally wrong.... Erich Squire squire@crown.net -- esqu3684@iunlab1.iun.indiana.edu http://www.crown.net/~squire/tt/ Time is not linear.

1996-10-16 00:00:00 - Re: 2 earth primes? - (regnery@ix.netcom.com)


squire@crown.net (Erich Squire) wrote: >In article <53hj0o$mku@sjx-ixn5.ix.netcom.com>, regnery@ix.netcom.com (George Matthew Regnery) wrote: >> >>If there are an infinite number of dimension, there are an infinite >>number of worlds that are exactly the same as earth prime. Including >>the fact that they all have this message you are reading right now. >> >Well, I don't think that simply because there are an infinite number of worlds >that are exactly the same as E'. How do you come to this conclusion? If there are an infinite number of universes, then there is no end to the number of universes. Therefore, there are an infinite type of every universe. That is, every universe the sliders have visited, and those they haven't is repeated an infinite number of times. George M. Regnery | "The words "to make money" hold the essence of human regnery@ix.netcom.com | morality." -- Francisco D'Anconia (Atlas Shrugged) ----------------------+------------------------------------------------------ Links for Corporate Information: http://www.netcom.com/~regnery/corporate.html

1996-10-17 00:00:00 - Infinite Earths. - (Peter Brickman <brickmpd@wizvax.net>)


George Matthew Regnery wrote: > > squire@crown.net (Erich Squire) wrote: > > >In article <53hj0o$mku@sjx-ixn5.ix.netcom.com>, regnery@ix.netcom.com (George Matthew Regnery) wrote: > >> > >>If there are an infinite number of dimension, there are an infinite > >>number of worlds that are exactly the same as earth prime. Including > >>the fact that they all have this message you are reading right now. > >> > > >Well, I don't think that simply because there are an infinite number of worlds > >that are exactly the same as E'. How do you come to this conclusion? > > If there are an infinite number of universes, then there is no end to > the number of universes. Therefore, there are an infinite type of > every universe. That is, every universe the sliders have visited, and > those they haven't is repeated an infinite number of times. There could also be many Earths with such mundane differences such as a world where everything is exactly the same, except: 1. Daryl Strawbery's homer landed in Row 15, seat 6 instead of Row 15, seat 5. 2. A computer file of mine was put onto tape #40335 instead of #40332. There could also be other semi-interesting worlds, such as: The Mormons were never chased out of Western New York and the headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints ended up in Palmyra, New York.

1996-10-19 00:00:00 - Re: 2 earth primes? - (wilbur07@aol.com)


In article <325B287A.5C15@terminus.com>, CyberSam <smustain@terminus.com> writes: > Maybe the group we follow >goes to some world almost identical to the prime, and encounters the other >sliders. >This could cause big problems, maybe a rivalry between sliders; each group >maintaining >that this earth was their home. > > What about more than one set of sliders sliding into a world at the same time? Imagine 4 sets of Quinn, Wade, Arturo and Rembrandt on the same planet -- major confusion mebbe . . . Mark Constantino