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    Hey there. I discovered this website about a year ago, but only recently I’ve come up with an interesting idea:
    If there are intelligible images somewhere in this library if you look for long enough, would you eventually get those photos arranged right next to each other so that they become a moving image? If this is true, then could entire lives could be documented somewhere in there from the POV of that person’s eyes? Or maybe silent versions of every movie ever (Pixar, dreamworks, anime, etc.)?
    A very small example of this would be a short frame by frame video such as
    It could even have a complete, 13.8 billion year long video footage Of the history of the universe!!

    #12896 Reply


    you are more or less true.

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    I’d guess that such an occurrence would be extraordinarily low. It is definitely possible for images that are in sequence to exist though, thus allowing you to play “footage” of something if you know the locations of several frames that are in sequence.

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    If the image portion of the site works like the text part then each image should only occur once. Therefore the individual frames(and huge amounts of slightly different images) of any video will exist but they likely won’t be anywhere near each other.

    If, however, the images can be duplicated, then there will come a point where the right images occur in the right order.

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    >there will come a point where the right images occur in the right order.

    there CAN come a point in case of infinite or near-infinite multiplication of the images, however, it is not guaranteed.

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