bahman wrote: ↑Thu Sep 09, 2021 5:05 pm
Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Tue Aug 31, 2021 10:41 pm
Given the probabilistic nature of empiricism given a long enough timeline of events anything is possible.
The universe is infinite therefore anything is possible. By waiting long enough you cannot reach an infinite future therefore anything is not possible if you wait enough long.
That would necessitate the premise of the universe being subject to only one observer. With the passing of one observer to another "anything" is eventually observed as there are infinite observers following through the infinite timeline.
I think you are stating, however, that under the presence of infinite time things are always finite (thus negating anything being possible at anyone moment). However I would disagree with this given
1. an infinite timeline as summated as one moment (viewing all time from outside of time) results in not only all that is possible existing but anything existing in some way shape or form due to the connection of previously disconnected contexts.
2. Anything being possible given the low probability of occurence eventually being actualized within this summation of all time under one moment.
3. Anything being possible requires a negation of forms as "anything" is a negation of a specific static form. All time, infinitely progressing yet summated under one moment of "totality", is fundamentally formless thus equivocable to "anything".