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  1. There's a catch, you know…The existence of the multiverse is not proven, which means that we can put forward any hypotheses. Now it is generally accepted that if there are infinitely many parallel universes, then they have all the variety of events — even those that we can not imagine. That is, for example, there is even a universe in which I do not have X hairs on my head, but X+1. And then there's a universe where I also have X hairs, but one of the hairs is 1 micron larger than in this universe. And this universe is no different from our own.

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  2. In theory, yes. Since we have an unlimited number of attempts, and every second the probability of any action will increase. For an example, you can read the ” infinite monkey theorem “.

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