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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Some say there is analogy in the Born rule in thermodynamics where the particles locations depend on the probabilities. In QM, the amplitude square is where you have the probability of the particles being there. How about in thermodynamics.. what is the counterpart of the Born rules, and what regions in a thermodynamics do the probabilities vary? In a box with the division at center removed, all the particles would go to the other side.. so what experimental setup or system can you make where the probabilities of the regions vary (as analogy to Born rule)?