I came up with this reasoning last week, and I've been looking forward to posting this here since then. Okay, supposedly parallel universes are created when a choice is made, such as Milk or Tea, Answer the phone or Don't answer the phone, and Post this in the forums or Don't post this in the forums. Right now I am consciously making the choice not to jump up out of my chair. And now. And now. And now. And now. And on and on and on; you get the idea. Why then do we always end up in the universe where I make the logical choice, i.e., not to jump out of my chair? Probability dictates that it is very likely that I end up in a universe where I jumped out of my chair at least once, given all the decisions whether or not to jump that I made. But anyone would have predicted that I would just stay seated, ans they would have been right. You could try to explain it away with the weak anthropic principle, i.e. that we ended up in the universe of no jumps because it exists and someone has to occupy it, but I don't think that would satisfy anyone. Why do we live in a universe where people don't randomly shout, don't randomly wave their arms, don't randomly jump up, and do consistently make the logical decision?