Hello everyone,

I suppose you all know the "parallel universe" theory, which states that for every thing we do (ex. take a step), there are the other infinite things we didn't do instead (ex. say yippie-kay-yeah and jump 3 times), but on a different parallel universe, we did that thing that we didn't do in this one. This goes on to a infinite number of parallel universes, where a molecular change could be the only thing that made that parallel universe different to another one.

So I was thinking of how at least I have a girlfriend in another parallel universe, when I suddenly realised the sun. You see, the sun is a star (duh), and it is burning hot, lets say to a 5527°C on the surface. OK I thought, cool. But on another parallel universe it is probably at 5528°C. Ah nice, I thought. But then I realised that I didn't take into account the coma "," (dot in america). Oh, so the sun might be in a parallel universe at 5528,20000008°C and on another one at 5528.200000081°C. OH, and the pattern goes to an infinite number after the coma (dot in america). So since numbers are infinite, there must be an infinite number of parallel universes for the infinite numbers there are on maths.

So is that possible? Infinite within the infinite? And just how big is the infinite number of parallel universes? certainly bigger than the infinite numbers there are in maths, since it must cover those up, and all the other stuff there is too (taking a step or not).

To clarify the idea, I remember this "size of infinite" theory, that says that although numbers are infinite, the "infinite number" of prime numbers (2, 3, 5, 7, 11, etc.) is smaller than the "infinite number" of natural numbers (1,2,3,4,5,6,etc.).

SO THE REAL QUESTION:

Is that possible, infinite within the infinite? and does that "size of infinite" theory apply to the parallel universes, so that the "infinite number" of parallel universes is bigger than the "infinite number" of normal math numbers?

Please answer me, thank you.