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02-25-2013, 11:46 AM
Marotte Marauder
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Originally Posted by Sevanston View Post
Determinism has yet to mount a reasonable case for how it applies to quantum mechanics.

As best we can tell, quantum mechanics is objectively random.
As best we can tell? That's another way of saying you have not discovered the yet unknown variable or hidden mechanism.

The deterministic case is just as strong as that is it not? The case being that one doesn't know what one doesn't know.

One man's random for example, is clearly explainable by another man. The one who understands the key.

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