Anything that can physically be true, will eventually be true given infinite time right? Is there a law or an expression which I can use to express this statement? Obviously we're talking about arrangement and forumation of atoms ect. I already know that if you had 2 atoms travelling parallel to each other they would never diverge but I'm talking about arrangements of atoms.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So for example given enough time there will be a planet which forms which is an exact replica of earth, but instead I am an exact replica of newton but I'm asking this question dressed as a banana.

I know it sounds outrageous but those kind of statement are true right?

tldr; is there an equation or law that explains "anything than can happen, will happen, given enough time"

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# Anything than can happen, will happen, given enough time

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