# Why the Athiest Infinite Moneky argument actually proves God exists. What do you think?

Similar to the classicla chaos post a few minutes ago, atheists sometimes claim a random universe in the multiverse could have perfect attributes, such as our own, if that infinity tries enough times. Even though they claim not to believe in a God, they propose an infinite random monkey typing on a typewriter the Complete Works of Shakespeare, and argue that if the monkey tries an infintie number of times, he'll eventually type it correctly.

Well, first of all this is wrong. IN limiit calculus you learn how to prove one boundless number is larger than another boundless number, and use this to solve certain limits by using one boundless number as the boundary for another boundless number.

Well anyway, this means "not all infinities" are created equal. For example, there are a greater than infinite number of mistakes the monkey can make on a typewriter. He could just type "A" in an infniite number of times, or he coudl type "B" or any other key an infinite number of times, all being wrong, and so forth.

So the True Creator cannot be a random God (at the time he created the Universe anyway) he had to be the God of Order, because there are a greater than infinite number of mistakes that can be made on a type-writer, and a greater tha ninfinite number of mistakes that could have been made in creating the Universe... but all th eUniverse attributes are maximized, which means they were in fact designed by intelligence to be maximized. The probability of that happening by chance is a double--infinitesmal, i. e. smaller than 1/infinity.

So th einifinite monkey argument defeats itself. If an infinite monkey really did exist, it would have a brain, and then it would be indistinguishable from an Almighty God and wouldn't be random.