I’m just saying I don’t think the multiverse notion of the universe is an established one in modern physics, so we don’t need to worry.
And even if it were, there were a ton of problems with it that came to my mind, at least. Their explanation for the slit experiment is that the photons interact with photons in different universes. Fine. But then they make the huge jump from this to having infinite universes in which every possibility of reality occurs? Huh? I’m sure there’s a better explanation of that leap, but someone has to explain it to me. In other words, accepting the multiverse explanation of the slit experiment doesn’t logically entail infinite universes where every possibility is played out. it just means there are universes in which photons behaved in different ways.
But, yeah, I don’t know. But from what I’ve read, the multiverse view isn’t the sole accepted theory. I don’t even know how widespread it is. And, because of that logical leap I don’t get, I can’t think about how God fits into it all.