Many-worlds interpretation
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Imagine we repeat an experiment with 2 differents end, with quantum probability 50 % for end 1, and 50 % for end 2. No matter phases.

If we repeat the experiment over and over in time 100 times, all the chances matter, then it will exist a way where all the times the experiment ends with result 2. If the experiments are simoultaneous, the problem is resolved like the EPR paradox, because when experimenters distant in space meet with the others not all the experimenters with result 2 are in the same world. But if the experiment is repeated in time only, it will matter runs of the same result that are statistically imposible. ¿ What is the solution to this dilemma ? Maybe relativity resolve the paradox