After reading this site: Quantum Mechanics; the thought occurred to me that the entire universe is built upon a foundation of nonsensical chaos.
The single photon should logically be able to act as an single M&M (from the article) but instead it travels based upon a "probability wave".
Quote: "Quantum mechanical laws generally only have measurable effects when applied to things that are too small to see ..."
So the visible universe is built upon the "things that are too small to see" and these things work on a system of nonsense i.e. random chaos and therefore isn't it logical to realize that entropy is the result of the underlying chaos at the foundation of the universe?
The logical is built upon the illogical.
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I was also reading this thread: A free-will vs determinism thread ; elsewhere on this site and someone states that his life is the result of predetermined probabilities but considering the near-infinitely large state of possibilities upon which the universe is built then doesn't that mean that we have free will to determine our own future - so our choices determine our future and not probability?