A hundred questions about reality and truth, but let I start with just three. Explaining my point Mysical I would like to define the term mysical. Mysical phenomena are the physical phenomena that many would call non-physical, or the non-physical phenomena that many would call physical, like 1) the abstract world (logical and mathematical propositions, infinity and relationships concepts (determinism)), 2) the subjective world (ideas, emotions, feelings, control, will) and 3) the living world (life itself). I will discern mysical and material phenomena. Material phenomena aren’t merily composed out of ‘matter’, but I impute light e.g. also within its scope. Randomness I would like to convey my concept of randomness in regard to nature. It’s my opinion that it’s impossible to know if it’s deterministic or randomly. If we observe a random phenomenom like radioactive decay, it’s always possible to suggest some underlying principle or law. The randomness in that case is pseudo-randomness caused by a chaotic system, whos slightly different starting parameters give rise to a whole range of possible (seemingly random) outcomes. But we are not done yet! It’s always possible to suggest some underlying randomness in regard to these starting points. You can not be sure what is the nature of the ‘deepest’ level. Indeterminism ‘Physical’ determinism suggests that the deepest level obeys a law. There is always a relation between an event and another. Nothing happens totally random (except the first cause?). I suggest that everything that happens is a mix between laws and randomness. In regard to time: every state depends of the state before and some random noise. Questions Dependency Can the mysical exist without the material? Difference Would randomness explain the difference between reality and the mysical (ideas and concepts e.g.)? If every event contains some true randomness how could it be identical to a concept? That’s only possible by chance! Symmetry-breaking How can symmetry breaking explained without chance? Requirements? Aren’t the requirements at random?