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Here’s an extension of the multiple worlds theory. Given an infinite amount of possibilities…

If there are many worlds exactly like the one you’re living in, then there are many people exactly like you in those separate worlds. That exact same person is called your doppelganger.

There is this theory about doppelgangers. They don’t have to exist in separate worlds!

It is said that for every human being, there are 7 exact replicas of that person. They are scattered at separate places, living separate lives, working at separate jobs, having separate families, but yet coexisting in the same world. Therefore, you have 6 doppelgangers, and I have 6 doppelgangers. We will never get to meet our own doppelgangers because of sheer improbability.

Think about it. The world population is 6.9 billion people today. It is projected to hit 7 billion by 2011. The chances of finding 100 people out of 7 billion is 0.0000 0143. How much more improbable will it be to find 7!

Here are a few samples of possible doppelgangers. Some may be true, some may be a hoax (e.g., they are actually twins). Just take a look.

Well, it’s hard to tell the difference, isn’t it? In mathematics, we call it a perfect reflection.

Imagine if you were Obama and you found your doppelganger! What would you do? Saddam Hussein had his own team of look-alikes when he was in hiding. Maybe Saddam Hussein really found his doppelgangers?

Oooh… who is this? I don’t know. But two of them is surely better than one! Ask Taylor Swift.

This is James Blunt. The other guy is Jamal Tumpul.

One is Orlando Bloom. The other is John Master not yet Bloom.

This one, I think the doppelganger fail lah. Looks like an imp from a different world. But then again, according to the multiple worlds theory…

This one really looks the same.

Here’s another fact (or, believed fact) of doppelgangers. Since they are exact replicas, a doppelganger has the same characteristics, same strengths, and same talents as the other doppelgangers. Therefore, if one of them is a singer or actor, the other replicas are probably talents in show biz as well. It’s just that not all 7 of them are discovered, or had the same opportunities as the other doppelgangers.

For example…

Katy Perry and Zoey Deschanel! One is a singer, the other is an actress. Could this could be the closest proof of the doppelganger theory?

What will you do, if you find your doppelganger?

September 2, 2010 Posted by | Joshua's math-ology, Mathematics Form 4 | 11 Comments

Infinity you’s, infinity me’s!

Have you heard about the multiple worlds theory? Before we get to it, let’s start with infinity.

Infinity is a concept of something  so big, it cannot be described by a number. It’s like, the number bigger than the biggest number in the whole wide world. For example:

  • 9 is bigger than 1.
  • 99 is bigger than 9.
  • 999 is bigger than 99.
  • Therefore the biggest number is 999,999,999…

But for every “biggest” number, there is always a number bigger than the “biggest” number. If you can ever find the biggest number of all, then you have found infinity.

Another word that can capture the idea of infinity is, unlimited.

Enjoy the symbol of infinity for a while. Now, I'm about to pusing your kepala.

Now, the universe is always expanding, right? It’s always growing bigger and bigger. That’s why we say the universe is unlimited. There is no end to the universe. The size of the universe is infinite. It’s like so big, you cannot even imagine it, or put a number to quantify it.

In an infinite universe, there are infinite possibilities. Out of an infinite number of possibilities, it is possible to find another planet that has life, right? It’s like, if you can find 999,999,999 planets, I’m sure more than one of it has life. Agree?

Therefore, if many planets have life, then it is possible to find many planets exactly like ours. Right?

So, if there are many planets exactly like ours, then there are many planets that have exactly the same amount of population, exactly the same countries, exactly the same trees, exactly the same mountains, exactly the same people, exactly the same rocks put at the exact same places. Can you imagine that?

Now, if you can accept that, I’m sure you can find another human being that looks exactly like you, talks exactly like you, behaves exactly like you, thinks exactly like you, and is 100% like you, in one of those worlds. Agree?

“Come on, what are the odds of that?” You may retort. But think about it. What if you have an infinite amount of chances to find it? If try infinity times, in an infinite universe, I’m sure you can find at least two. Or, you may find much more than two. In fact, you must be willing to accept that there may be 999,999,999 of you.

Well, that’s an interesting theory, at the very least.

If you still don’t understand, or want to talk more, look me up for further explanations. Click on Contact to find out how.

Let’s part for now on a light-hearted note. Enjoy this music video. Made by 8 similar people, found from 8 similar worlds in an infinite universe.

September 1, 2010 Posted by | Joshua's math-ology, Mathematics Form 4 | 1 Comment