not sure that theology is the right word but anyway. Here's an attempt to set myself, not against infinty, but against an infinite number of infinities...
I don't know about God. I sort of believe in science. At least some of Science says that new universes are being created all the time. Being 3 dimensional beings, trapped in the universe we happened to be born into, we can only look beyond it using maths and physics, rather than theology, but at least some of the clever mathermatical brains out there reckon that there is not just a universe, but a multiverse.
According to them, new universes are popping up all the time.
And so, at some point, an identical universe to this one will occur. In fact, given time, an infinite number of universes identical to this one will occur.
So at some point, a universe identical to this one will occur, that will share an identical history, right down to the decay of individual atomic particles.
It's going to take a fuck of a long time, but I won't be around for the intervening period, so won't really care too much.
It does of course raise questions about the definition of "self".
I'm absolutely certain that out of the 7 billion human beings on this planet, there will be at least several that are very close to me in terms of how they look at the world, but they are not me.
Yet I am not me either. My interests and outlook are not the same now as they used to be when I was younger. I have memories, but I cannot say for sure how true they are. I've also lost continuity. Whenever on the odd occasion I've undergone a general anaesthetic, I've gone to a level far deeper than sleep, yet woken up still "me" what ever that may be.
I suppose I might also be wrong, but my absurd idea has as much merit as any Holy Book.
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