The Schrodinger's cat thought experiment provides two possible outcomes in the many worlds interpretation; it is dead in one universe, and alive in the other. There are however many other possibilities of what could happen; there are wave functions concerning the positions which the cat may occupy. The cat could be lying down 3cm away from the left side of the box, or 4cm from the right side. Measurements like these show that there are an infinite amount of possibilities, especially when we think about it to an atomic level.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

In this theory, does the universe replicate to accommodate each and every one of the possibilities, even at the atomic level?

Further more, since we have so many possibilities of what may happen in every single action ever made, are there also universes which have a different combinations of the possibilities made?

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# The Many-Worlds Interpretation: how far does it go?

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