There is one segment of this interpretation that has always nagged at my mind. It's the part where a separate branch splits off at each individual choice. For a simple example; I have a choice to turn left or right, I choose to turn right, so now according to this interpretation another version of myself branched off and turned left in a parallel dimension/world, as well as every other possible direction. I get that part. What is nagging me is what drives the branching itself? How would a parallel world KNOW that it's time to branch off? What sparks the branch to occur? If the branching occurs at a natural constant rate, does it have discreet intervals in time or is it organic/analog? If the branch/split occurs based on certain events and choices, would that not mean that it is driven by conciousness or some observer? Wouldn't every single atom have a possible "choice", and if that is so that would mean seven billion billion billion separate parallel universes get created at some interval that is unknown, maybe even a billion times a second for all we know. It seems like this interpretation is cherished more because of how creative and exotic it is, rather than anything scientific. This creative interpretation is a candidate for Occam's razor if I've ever heard one, yet the many worlds theory seems to be more and more a thing. Help me my brothers.