Is there anything in the physical world that is actually random even after we were given every single bit of information needed to calculate an outcome? Rolling a die or flipping a coin doesn't count, because if we did all the calculations, we would be able to calculate what the outcome would be. In quantum physics, they always talk about the probability of electrons being at a certain area. Would we some day be able to know where the location is? Or is it impossible, because it is truly random?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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