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So, Any Object Which Can Exist/not Exist At The Same Time?

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Posted by Alexander on August 27, 2001 19:08:10 UTC

Any example?

If not, then we have perfectly mathematical universes around (assigning 0=not exists, 1= exists to any object/ phenomenon).

That is why math is so accurate in describing anything and everything in universe(s) - it simply follows from binarity of mutual exclusiveness.

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