not to be impolite, but i truly view randomness in reality as something you can trick your kids into accepting along with santa, the tooth fairy etc.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

when compared to causality the idea of true randomness existing in reality seems incredibly weak to me.

is there any logical way to reconcile the two?

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# Is there a logical way of understanding how randomness could agree with causality

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