Things MUST go "wrong" According to the multiuniverse theory, all the probablities that occur in life occur in other parallel universes. Now, there is a possibility that I will either get an A or and F on a test. An F by my standards is bad. An A on the contrary is good. Both events (where I get an A or an F) occur in parallel universes. In this universe, I get an A, in a parallel universe I get an F. Say I recieved an F in this universe. The only comfort I would have is that in a parallel universe, I would have an A and in another I'd have a B. Now let us consider the occurence where I recieve an A. I would know that in a parallel universe, I would have an F. So IOW, does it matter what happens at all? In another parallel universe (if things are not "perfect" for you) things would be perfect or if things are perfect for you, there would be an alternate universe where things are not perfect for you. I feel I am heading in the direction of determinsm. I would like input on my ideas and corrections in if any. thanks.