As it's simply explained, the many worlds theory states that everything has an infinite amount of possible outcomes and that a new reality is created in which one of each outcome occurs. This process of new reality creation keeps occuring infinately, creating more and more infinite amounts of realities. If my basic understanding and explanation of the teory is flawed, then disregard my post, as it is irrelevant. This theory states that for one event, you get an infinite number of outcomes, and in the next event, infinte outcomes again result. If you were to modify the theory to say that for every event there are 5 possible results, you would have one original event, then 5 events, then each of those 5 events would form 5 new realities, making a total of 25. So bassically, the formula for figuring the amount of realities in existance out would be to simply square the amount of realities that existed prior to the latest event which caused more realities to spawn. Using this, after the very first event, you'd have infinity realities, the second event would breed infinite realities squared, then infinite realities to the 4th power, infinite to the 8th power etc. But, there can be no number larger than infinite, so then one would have to say that either A.) This theory makes the number of infinite increase with each new event. B.) The actual number of new realities spawned from each event is infact less than infinity, but still very large. If one chooses A as their response, then they would also have to conclude that since infinity increases each time an event occurs, then the previous number of realities created by the last event was not infinity, but the square root of infinity. Have I just found a flaw in this widely accepted theory, or do I misunderstand it? If I misunderstand it, please explain it to me in more detail. If I found a flaw, I expect a cookie from everyone who believed the theory.