If the universe exists for long enough they appear to be inevitable. No
doubt that leads to some sort of Bayesian argument about the universe not
being able to last too long, or we'd all be BBs (too long would be an
awfully long time, to misquote Peter Pan).

However, can we be sure we aren't? Maybe comp has something to say about
this... :)

On 18 November 2013 03:23, <spudboy...@aol.com> wrote:

> I think K. Susskind, is, or was a supporter of Boltzmann Brains, which is
> a wild, subject, if true.

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