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What About Multiple Realities?

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on January 18, 2001 19:41:53 UTC

"Travel in time is impossible, because it is logical contradiction (you will end up with mutually exclusive states). "

What about multiple realities? The theory that the universe is constantly and infinitely branching off whenever their are multiple possible outcomes to something. I.E. there's a paralell universe where I didn't type this. If this is true, does it negate your argument?

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