Ok now we hae all heard the "Infinite monkey theorem" before. If you don't know what this is please read here. LINK it states "A single immortal monkey who executes infinitely many keystrokes will almost surely eventually type out any given text, and an infinite number of monkeys will almost surely begin producing all possible texts immediately". So I was thinking, if we had a program that would take a box say 1024x768 and have a program that would change each pixel every second to a different color, could you reproduce every picture imaginable in time? Of course this would take a long time, but if you could use a program like a folding program it would speed up this alot. I'm not good at math, but you could take the amount of pixels in a 1024x768 and take the amount of color change etc. Do you think it's possible?