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- I argue that many-world interpretation can not be true.

Every second the universe branches into 5000 universes and each of those 5000 universes branches into 5000 more after one more second.

Now, consider an 80 year old person, he has lived close to 80*365*24*60*60 seconds, which is 2.5 Billion seconds. So, in his life time, universe has branched 5000^2522,880,000 times, which is unfathomably and incomprehensibly large number, maybe close to infinity if there is one.

Which means close to his death he has infinite many copies of him in different worlds

Now, if you choose randomly a person's existence, shouldn’t he/she find himself to be in that time where almost infinite copies of him exist, which is close to his death. So, every person should find himself/herself close to his/her final years with almost a probability 1We clearly see that is not the case, so many-world theory can not be true.

What is the flaw in this argument?

Would appreciate your comments/response. Thanks.

Now, consider an 80 year old person, he has lived close to 80*365*24*60*60 seconds, which is 2.5 Billion seconds. So, in his life time, universe has branched 5000^2522,880,000 times, which is unfathomably and incomprehensibly large number, maybe close to infinity if there is one.

Which means close to his death he has infinite many copies of him in different worlds

Now, if you choose randomly a person's existence, shouldn’t he/she find himself to be in that time where almost infinite copies of him exist, which is close to his death. So, every person should find himself/herself close to his/her final years with almost a probability 1We clearly see that is not the case, so many-world theory can not be true.

What is the flaw in this argument?

Would appreciate your comments/response. Thanks.