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My question is that if we live in an infinite multiverse and that if inter-universe travel is possible, then wouldn't we have already had an infinite number of beings pass into our universe? If the probability of a plausible action occurring approaches one given an infinite set of universes, then wouldn't that imply that if inter-universe travel was possible, there would be an infinite number of beings that were not only capable of such travel, but also an infinite number that had decided to choose our particular universe to travel to at this very instant?