Joined: June 2007
Skeptic, lets try something simpler you might be able to understand.
Lets say I have a normal 6 sided die.
I drop it on a carpet, a hardwood desk, and a rubber mat.
These all change the manner, number, type of bounces.
Which makes the die more likely to read '4'?
None of them. Though all affect the die in different ways, they do not change the essentially random outcome. (We're ignoring the fact that the die could be modeled if we knew its starting state and every force acting on it with precision, since its irrelevant to the discussion.)
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