Since you guys love those paradoxs....

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    It all depends how the all powerful being felt at the time, if he wanted to make something that he couldn't lift then he would be able to create something that he couldn't lift, if he wanted to lift it he could lift it proving he can do anything he wanted at any time, being able to do both things at once may be something that we can't comprehend and the answer probably is 42, as was previously suggested, or yes.

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    If one's power is infinate, then if a rock were to be created by that one, it would have a power of infinity +1, which is undefined- so as the Christian said, we cannot comprehend it.
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    Originally posted by CodeMonkey
    If one's power is infinate, then if a rock were to be created by that one, it would have a power of infinity +1, which is undefined- so as the Christian said, we cannot comprehend it.
    Lets be more mathematically precise here. The being has a power on the order of aleph-0, and the rock on the order of aleph-1. Therefore, no one-to-one onto mapping exists between the being and the rock, and the rock wins!

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    Originally posted by Zach L.
    Lets be more mathematically precise here. The being has a power on the order of aleph-0, and the rock on the order of aleph-1. Therefore, no one-to-one onto mapping exists between the being and the rock, and the rock wins!

    Back to my math book before I get shot.
    The answer's pretty simple.

    Just take the lim of Rock as God->Infiinty. Duh.

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