Tuesday, October 18, 2005


If time is infinite and the number of sequential events is infinite, then wouldn't it be correct to say that every sequential event (including the absence of a sequential event) will occure, has occured, and is occuring?

If time is finite can the amount of sequential events be infinite?

If time is infinite can the number of sequential events be finite if so, would that mean that sequential events repeat themselves in the exact same manner over time.

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