# Is Infinity possible without duplication?

## Main Question or Discussion Point

Would an infinite existent necessitate that duplication exist?

For instance, in a model that mandates a multiverse system on an infinite scale, does that mean that there exists more than one of each possible object?

I guess I'm asking a more fundamental question than that.

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Would an infinite existent necessitate that duplication exist?

For instance, in a model that mandates a multiverse system on an infinite scale, does that mean that there exists more than one of each possible object?

I guess I'm asking a more fundamental question than that.
We have an infinite number of natural numbers without duplication.

We have an infinite number of natural numbers without duplication.
So essentially it starts from some point and moves forward?

I assume the same rules apply on a macro level.