[Mr. Krabs was panicked, and he burst into his restaurant.]
Who took me secret formuler!?
[President Nixon looks crestfallen, as he had been looking forward to a delicious and mouthwatering Krabby Patty for so long that he couldnt help himself and stole the formula. ]
I’m so sorry Eugene, ive hurt you once again
Ya betrayed me for the last time, Nixon. Your beloved country will fall
If the multiverse theory is true, then there’s a universe where it isn’t.
Multiverse theory doesn’t cover paradoxical situations
Except in the universe where it does
i’m having an aneurysm
OP and poster 4 are just obtuse and wrong, nothing confusing about it. It’s like saying ‘here’s a set of all possible numbers, which means one of those numbers is not in this set.” That’s a nonsensical sentence, because the minutiae of a single part of a greater set has no effect on the rules governing the set itself.
It’s like saying “If the theory of gravity is true, then there’s a planet out there where it isn’t.” A universe’s individual rules can’t effect an entity that exists another ‘step’ up on the scale ladder from it. It just doesn’t work that way.