1. At each point in space, there is a variant of this or that event.
  2. To make it easier to understand, we will assume that the variant consists of a scenario and scenery.
  3. The scenery is the appearance or form of manifestation, and the scenario is the path along which the matter moves.
  4. For convenience, we can divide the variant space into sectors. Each sector has its own scenario and scenery.
  5. The greater the distance between the sectors, the greater the differences in scenarios and scenery.
  6. A person’s fate is also represented by a multitude of options that we can choose.

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