## The universe is infinite, thus, everyting exists

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the universe isnt infinite

Great start...

Go make a demo about it.

Very cool design! Nice choice of colors as well. Looks like it lives underwater.

Btw, just because something is infinite, it doesn't mean it contains everything. The set of even numbers is infinite, but it doesn't contain a single odd number.

Btw, just because something is infinite, it doesn't mean it contains everything. The set of even numbers is infinite, but it doesn't contain a single odd number.

Still, the universe contains everything, by definition :)

The universe can SUCK DAK.

@PulkoMandy: lol, true :)

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The universe is infinite, thus, everyting exists

Wrong. The set of integer numbers is infinite. But not everything exists in it. Say, 0.1, 1/2, pi, sqrt(2).

nice models, though. But if you wanna impress demosceners, you need to add some Z-Boobs too.

The set of integer numbers is countable. Countable sets do not contain "everything in between of two elements", even if they are infinite.

Very nice models. Impressive indeed.

I'm very impressed! Are they high poly? Would love to see them textured.

@PulkoMandy: AFAIK, that's not proven.

iq: This is rather a statistically question. Imagine every "thing" in the universe as an integral number and the universe of an infititely large array filled with random such integral numbers...

I think if those numbers are in a finite range (there's a finite number of things humans can tell from each other), all of them would be present in the array.

But this doesn't matter anyway.

iq: This is rather a statistically question. Imagine every "thing" in the universe as an integral number and the universe of an infititely large array filled with random such integral numbers...

I think if those numbers are in a finite range (there's a finite number of things humans can tell from each other), all of them would be present in the array.

But this doesn't matter anyway.

*statistical. And the number of "things" is limited to integers as in real life it's limited to valid physical constructions. There won't be - whatever a human of the size of an atom in the universe, I think thats impossible.

Nerds.

Still its easy to imagine an infinely large universe just always repeating exactly the same pattern...

Define "everything". Do we even know what everything actually is? If something is out there and we don't know it, that isn't included because it can't be part of everything.

it's like someone put a doom3 action figure in a microwave.

The universe is possibly finite but curved on itself, so travelling in a straight line you'd come back to where you started. Or possibly not. It's also possibly inside a black hole within another universe, or not. Exciting times in this part of science!

Great modelling there. Looks from the feet like it lives in a tree, but unless it lives in low gravity those wings seem a bit lacking. Any background to it? Or was it just made to look cool? :)

Great modelling there. Looks from the feet like it lives in a tree, but unless it lives in low gravity those wings seem a bit lacking. Any background to it? Or was it just made to look cool? :)

you all smoke too much weed.

Everything in the universe seems to go in circles. Like balls, you know. And since men have two of them, we are the rulers of the universe. And they fucking touch, man! Touching balls, man! TOTAL PWNAGE!

ringofyre has leading.