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#26 - smudgiemuffins (07/30/2014) [-]
Once again, you are assuming a lot of things about a "multiverse theory" that doesn't exist. Or rather, it's not an accepted physical concept. I'm not entirely comfortable with this subject as I'm certainly not an expert physicist, only an enthusiast. But I'll try my best to explain what I understand of it.
The many world interpretation does not assume that there are infinitely many universes, but it is possible and perhaps even probable. So let's even assume there is infinitely many. Your thought that infinitely many universes means every conceivable variance in the laws of physics is not true. What the many world interpretation says is that every probability of the state of a quantum system exists in a different universe and we only get to observe one. Some random variance in the gravitational constant or in the speed of light(or in your example, the existence of many worlds in general) does not occur as far as we know. What does change is, for example, where an electron is or is not present. It's a probabilistic event. This does not imply that there is somewhere a universe in which the many world interpretation is not applicable.
The idea of a multiverse in which every conceivable arrangement of physical laws doesn't seem consistent, I would agree to that. But that is not necessarily the way it has to work. Infinities don't intrinsically include all possible information. Take, for example, the sequence of all positive integers. This series is infinite, but does not include every number. 0.5, pi, and i, for example, are nowhere in that list.
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#7 - anonymous (05/16/2014) [-]
fair enough, but why usually denotes intent, which is absent in natural phenomena
as for the cake, its much more likely that someone would say its because they chose red icing.
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