"Average Randomness" Thought experiment Please bear with my explanation, I am, by no means a Physicist. During a recent theoretical thought experiment, I thought of a strange factor that I feel I should let out before it becomes forgotten by the constant wave of thought experiments that flow through my mind. Lets say we have an object, that is being acted upon, by a random force. For example a particle, in space, and the force would be someone pushing it slightly in any & all given (random) directions.... Just assume the force to be equal on each push. So the particle would kind of wobble in a three dimensional "sphere". Now, if this happens for billions100 of "pushes" per second, for billions100 of years, and each movement were documented, wouldn’t it average out (statistically) eventually? Ultimately becoming predictable? I am open to any comments about this, as my understanding of physics is minimal at best.