Hey all, I was listening to an AstronomyCast by Cain and Gay and they were explaining how if the universe is infinite, than every possible outcome that can happen, does happen. For instance if there were a decision where I can pick up my juice or not pick up my juice, if I do not pick up my juice here, trillions of trillions of light years away the miniscule probability of my being occurring again and choosing to not pick up the juice occurs.
My question is that since it is stated that everything that should happen will/does happen, and I would say for every moment in time there are many many decisions you can do (from picking up the juice to running down the street naked etc.), to make sure that every option does occur in the universe could it be possible that we are fated to do things, and yet do not know it yet? Like let's say the situation with the juice has already occurred somewhere else and the juice is left on the table, and every other possibility of what to do with the juice is filled by some other 'me' on other worlds, and the only choice left is to pick up the juice - am I fated to pick up the juice to keep that statement true that everything that can happen does happen (assuming we live in an infinite universe)?