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p.s. the multiverse theory, which roughly states that at every point of consequence the universe branches into many independent universes where each possible action is taken, is just one of a number of attempts to deal with the probabilistic nature of quantum mechanics. Two of the others are the collapse of the wave function, where one of a range of outcomes is somehow probabilistically chosen, or the path integral interpretation, where causality is exchanged for correlations between histories and futures.

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