Hey there. Based on the many worlds interpretation, is: Everyone simultaneously having coffee with everyone else? Has everyone already had coffee with everyone else? Are these possibilities occurring 'somewhere' continuously? Do these possibilities only occur one at a time, or does the theory imply that absolutely 'all' possibilities are constantly continuously occurring? Is freewill factored into the equations? There are scenarios that as an individual I would chose not to experience, regardless of throwing infinite set logic at the statement by implying 'eventually' it would be experienced; That 'eventually' would entail a different entry point and would thus be a different set of circumstances. Thank you for your time in reading, Phillip H.