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    So let's talk about it :) I am interested.
     
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    Start here for the foundations and basics and history of the science.
    http://www.phy6.org/stargaze/Q1.htm
    Then things get really freaky. There are experiments you can do to bend light, pretty good evidence that god both exists and does not exist simultaneously, the tidbit that all people are everywhere in space and time simultaneously, doing all possible options, that because of this tidbit, it is possible to immediately transport people or objects (think space craft) anywhere in the universe instantaneously, etc. etc.
    Beam me up, Scotty!
     
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    Haha... Well, that makes sense. So does that mean that our exsistance is everything it can ever be possibly?

    If anti-matter is the inverse of matter, then that means we arn't everywhere that we can possibly be at one time, because that is our inverse...? That confuses me. Maybe I read in to much. :p
     
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    Well kinda, you are sort of right and sort of wrong at the same time, simultaneously. :D
     
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    Wow! That make's me more right then most Americans!
     
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    As for quantum mechanics I don't favor the classical Copenhagen Interpretation but have a soft spot for Hugh Everett's 'Many Universes' conjecture.
     

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