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JustFiveMoreMinutes Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-06-08 05:34 PM
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11. Thanks!
Trying to use mathematics to just put forth a concept probably threw me off the hard mathematics.

So trying again, the possible number of L(ives) in this and all parallel universes would be something like

L = x - n

where L is the number of Lives probable lived/living/will live in parallel universes
x = total number of parallel universes
n = total number of parallel universes where one doesn't exist.

and n is limited by ( 0 LTE n LT x )

((x cant equal n since I'm here writing this note! <smile> ))

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