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Comic #3973

1 Mordekai: How can there be an infinite number of ents?
2 Alvissa: Ancient elven philosophy posits that our world may merely be one in a multiverse of infinite possibilities.
3 Mordekai: But how can there be an infinite number in this forest?
4 Alvissa: The same way that ancient elven philosophy can be infinitely frustrating sometimes.

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One way of fitting an infinite number of ents into a forest is if they are two dimensional. Another way is if each successive ent is half the size of the previous one. And a third way is if the forest itself is infinite in size.

So there are actually plenty of practical possibilities!

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