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Submitted: Jul 06 2013 / 18:18

Obviously this is extremely inefficient. However, there's a solution to this inefficiency, and this solution is quantum computing. Because of the many-universes hypothesis in quantum physics, a list that is sorted randomly will create an infinite number of universes, with some universes containing a sorted list.
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