I keep hearing that the "many worlds interpretation" is experimentally different than the collapse theories. But I haven't heard of anything other than "quantum suicide". Is there anything else? As far as quantum suicide, I fail to see how this differs from collapse theories. Isn't each quantum event independent, such that each event has a probability of turning out one way or another? And this goes for collapse theories as well as Many Worlds. So if someone keeps trying to commit 'suicide' with a quantum event, but keeps ending up alive, couldn't this be explained under collapse theories as just being extremely lucky? Also, am I mistaken in thinking that actual suicide isn't necessary for the experiment? In other words couldn't a quantum event just be set up, linked to some kind of alarm? If the alarm never goes off, or always goes on, then "many worlds" is true (according to its proponents)? Thanks!