Why is multi worlds not a good explanation for abiogenesis

I’m not a ex­pert in the multi world the­ory. So this ques­tion could very well be ex­tremely stupid. How­ever, given the as­sump­tion that there are nearly in­finite amount of wor­lds that are slightly differ­ent than each other, nearly ev­ery pos­si­ble event would hap­pen. This in­cludes the for­ma­tion of life. Now what are the odds that we would be wit­ness­ing that world, as far as I can tell 100 per­cent.

Now I’m not clear ex­actly how of­ten quan­tum events lead to a slightly differ­ent world but even at the rate of 1 quan­tum event a year in the en­tire uni­verse. should lead to a near in­finite ex­plo­sion of com­pletely differ­ent uni­verses.

Now I’m not claiming that this is the ex­pla­na­tion for abio­ge­n­e­sis or that abio­ge­n­e­sis is proof of multi wor­lds be­cause that would be multi wor­lds of the gap fal­lacy how­ever I’m not clear why I have never even seen this ex­pla­na­tion even once for abio­ge­n­e­sis.

I also sus­pect that math­e­mat­i­cally many wor­lds would usu­ally be the wrong ex­pla­na­tion for nearly ev­ery­thing be­cause it runs into se­ri­ous odds prob­lems and in 99.99999 per­cent of cases there is a bet­ter ex­pla­na­tion. how­ever it should at least be con­sid­ered

COULD SOMEONE EXPLAIN TO ME EXACTLY WHERE I WENT WRONG