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  parallel universe- are there an infinite amount of universes?

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parallel universe- in every universe you are presented with a different decision, does that mean there are an infinite amount of parallel universes? I.E. if in one universe i choose to go left, i am then presented with different choices vs if i choose right, and that creates more universes with more decisions to be made. or does it mean that in the end of one's life we end up in the same place, meaning that its just one parallel universe that eventually collides with the other.

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asked Apr 1, 2012 in Theoretical Physics by stephen (0 points) [ no revision ]
As it is not a research-level question (see [TP.SE FAQ](http://theoreticalphysics.stackexchange.com/faq)) perhaps it can fit better into physics.SE.

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