I wrote:There are some people who believe that everything that can happen does happen. If that is the case, there is a parallel where I am both willing and able to transport a pot of gold to me here and now. But this hasn't happened. Then either it is impossible for me to be willing and able to send myself a pot of gold or it is not the case that everything that can happen does happen.
Keyword there being the word 'if'.
Ok so you are arguing against
the "all things happen" parallel universes--still, basing your argument on a premise. Your premise is, all things happen parallel universes can't be true or you would have received your pot of gold.
I already told you. You did
receive your pot of gold, you just can't remember anything on the other side of haze formed by your prolonged drunken stupor coupled with regular overdoses of mind-altering drugs. None of which you could have afforded without the pot of gold that you (obviously by now) received.
So, your foundational premise has been shattered and your whole argument collapsed like a deck of cards.
What part of that do you not understand? Or put correctly, what part of that are you still in denial about?