Generating every image possible.
Adrian Cooney

Not just photographs or “images” but every line or page of text; every individual atom particle and molecule, real or imaginary in every color variation if you went that far. BUT most of the output would be visual noise or redundant identical images and slight variations on each duplicate. We could greatly reduce the number of images and still not diminish the problem of practical application. What this mind experiment is useful for is as a demonstration of the finite nature of material and conceptual reality. The infinite could exist if it permits replication and patterning over time as in music, just append a variant sequence of more notes and the symphony could becomes endless and repetitive segments are part and parcel of music.

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