As you might know there is no such thing as true randomness, which means everything happens for a reason. Let's say everything with the exactly same input will always return the exactly same output if you repeat it, no matter if there is a computer or a human being. Much might seem random, but that's only because you are unable to predict it. When it comes to parallel universes, I don't see how anything can happen differently there. Let's assume all the parallel universes had the same start. Then, at least for me, it is only logical that all the parallel universes was exactly the same (well, if they even exist). The reason I am posting this in this forum category is because I am talking about the Many Worlds theory, which involves quantum physics. This is some sort of a theory, I guess. Even though I am not sure I fully understand quantum physics, does what I am saying make sense?