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- Question on whether the many worlds interpretation produces every last conceivable outcome

Hi everyone,

I was having a conversation with my friend about the many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, and we couldn't figure out if many worlds implied every single last possible conceivable outcome, or if there were certain limitations that the system was confined to.

For example, there are things called synchronicities, moments where multiple facets of an individual event are highly connected, i.e. coincidences, but are supposed to hold some special inherent meaning for the observer. Just to make the question completely clear, would the many worlds interpretation allow for a life where one person lived nothing but synchronicities every day, i.e. a mass multitude of highly correlated and connected events, while the remainder of the people in this same specific world lived random lives, or is the many worlds interpretation always confined to some sort of random distribution?

I was having a conversation with my friend about the many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, and we couldn't figure out if many worlds implied every single last possible conceivable outcome, or if there were certain limitations that the system was confined to.

For example, there are things called synchronicities, moments where multiple facets of an individual event are highly connected, i.e. coincidences, but are supposed to hold some special inherent meaning for the observer. Just to make the question completely clear, would the many worlds interpretation allow for a life where one person lived nothing but synchronicities every day, i.e. a mass multitude of highly correlated and connected events, while the remainder of the people in this same specific world lived random lives, or is the many worlds interpretation always confined to some sort of random distribution?