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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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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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We have an infinite number of natural numbers without duplication.

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

I assume the same rules apply on a macro level.

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