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Digital photos – do they tell the future and can you index them into a table of combinations?

With a digital camera you could take a photo of
pretty much anything, at any time, anywhere – on this
world or another, at this time, or in the future.

So, given that digital images have a width and height (pixels) and colour it means you could calculate every possible permutation of image and therefore see images that will ‘maybe’ show snap shots of the future, past or present.

1) How can this be if you can take ‘infinte’ number of different photos of something? Does that imply that nature repeats?

2) Say if you were able to create the images on a computer. How would you know the image was true / false?

3) If this were possible, could you translate an image back to a number which would be the index into a table of combinations?

3.1) would this index number be a form of data compression?





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