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> > > Btw noone convinced me that we are not in a completely
> > > deterministic universe (although I'm more or less on my own on that
> > > one I think) - find me the outcome without a cause.
> > By definition, an outcome is produced by a cause. If all you're
> > looking for it outcomes, that's all you're going to find.
> Positron-electron pairs that pop into and out of existence.
I'm still not convinced that we can put them in the box marked 'truly
random' whatever the hell that means, just in the box marked 'of
undetermined cause'. But we've done that one I suppose, just couldn't
resist another little snipe about it.
Chris Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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