^{ Type post AuthorRobert J. Marks Date October 28, 2021 Categorized Mathematics, Science Tagged David Hilbert, David Hilbert (on infinities), Featured, Georg Cantor (on infinities), Hilbert's Hotel, Infinity (as understood in math), Isaac Newton, Multiverse (refuted by math) }

## Why Just Anything Can’t Happen via Infinite Universes

_{We can see why not, using simple mathematical reasoning in this universe}

_{ Robert J. Marks October 28, 2021 6 Mathematics, Science }

Can anything happen if there are an infinite number of universes each with an infinite number of possibilities in each? Can you be bald in one universe and fully haired in another? Can you have two eyeballs in this universe and three in another? The answer is no. In a nutshell, the reason is that some infinities are bigger than other infinities. (And this is not a claim like infinity plus one is bigger than infinity. Infinity plus one is still infinity.) The number of points on a line segment from, say zero to one, is a bigger infinity than the number of counting numbers {1,2,3,…}. We can label the infinite number of universes in the multiverse as universe #1, Read More ›