Is Quantum Mechanics robust enough to warrant the belief that given enough observations, somewhere in the universe, at least one cat (or anything for that matter) has come into existence via quantum fluctuation? If so, then P(C) = P(C | N)*P(N), where C = cat, N = # observations. If N = infinity, then it seems that you could get anything that you want, and P(C) = 1. However, if N < infinity, then at what point would P(C) < 1? This seems wrong to me; but I cannot put my finger on it. I sense that something is wrong in the math, and/or that something is wrong with the Physics. Thoughts?