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Loren Booda

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Might it be so that classical physics is just as reliant on probability, albeit in different form, as quantum mechanics? The non-quantum realm relies on interpolation and extrapolation; linear and nonlinear error; precision and accuracy; standards of measurement; the correspondence principle; hypothesis and prediction; the eventual horizon to and mutability of classical laws.

Would classical physics not exist without probability?