Atheist, is materialistic determininism compatible with the intrinsically probalitistic nature of quantum mechanics?

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  • 5 years ago

    Maybe not.

    But what does either possible materialistic determinism

    or the possibly, intrinsically probabilistic nature

    of quantum mechanics

    have to do with not believing in

    the reality of any hypothetical deities?

    I don't see any connection.

    Reality works how it works,

    and either deities exist or don't.

    --

    Regards,

    John Popelish

  • 5 years ago

    it may be that the "probabilistic nature" of quantum mechanics is simply our inability to deduce the mechanisms for it, rather than an intrinsic quality. Anything we don't know enough about is "probabilistic". As the Higgs Boson demonstrates, we are still discovering basic fundamental particles

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    I love it when cultists open their little THESAURUS book, and try to use words that they never actually learned in BuyBull-Home-Schooling.

    Telltale: probalitistic

    You couldn't even spell THAT word correctly.

    What a hoot. Go back to your little BuyBull-corner, child. But thanks for the laugh.

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