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[04:10:05] donovan: then again, asking a ruby vs python question in a ruby forum is probably not going to get you unbiased answered either.
[17:37:52] donovan: workmad3: interesting... on one hand, you would need to suppose that the universe "splits" at all and doesn't merely "exist" in multiples
[17:39:20] donovan: what if time is just a series of moments, happening at random intervals in random "universes" and "reality" is simple a composite of those moments?
[17:40:17] donovan: so we're not in "one" reality but an infinite number or "realities" all jumbled together
[17:47:06] donovan: that's the "reality" of it... but yeah, there would also be "rules" so that those moments are infinitly close to each other so as to remain in a semi-consistent status, right?