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  1. Randomness and causality are properties attributed to events by the perceiving consciousness. Events themselves are not random and are not causal until the consciousness registers them. The perception of an event by consciousness is a non-equilateral process. In perception, consciousness influences an event and creates the event as random or causal. If there are no pre-determined signs of causes in consciousness, then it will not be able to determine the event as random or non-random. In order to attribute the property of causality to the event of the origin of the universe, one must have the signs of these causes in consciousness. But where do these signs come from, if consciousness is secondary to the moment when the universe was created? If consciousness moves according to the laws of the universe after its appearance. Any reasoning on this topic will be inadequate to the full extent of reality. Any model will be just a reflection created by consciousness, which has some degree of adequacy to reality. If a person is born able to distinguish between red and blue colors, he can talk about the causes of the appearance of a purple hue. If a person sees the world in black and white from birth, he can only talk about the reasons for the gray color.

  2. The randomness of a quantum event means that a person has not yet learned the laws that define this event as having a specific cause.

    There is no causelessness in the world in principle, because everything rests on this foundation. Absolutely everything. Thus, causality is a universal law, and randomness is a reflection of these laws in the imperfect illusory consciousness of man.

  3. Don't confuse probability with randomness. Quantum mechanics deals with the probabilities of events. This means that these probabilities have their own laws and reasons. Simply, these laws do not control individual values of physical parameters, but their probabilities. That's all. If quantum mechanics had no laws, then there would be no quantum mechanics at all.

  4. The reason for this is the inevitable fundamental fluctuations.

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  5. Billenger proved the existence of an increased singularity, which led to the emergence of a new theory about the big bang. Belgian mathematician George Lemaitre, in 1927, the radius of the universe increases mathematically proved the expansion of the universe. Expansion occurs under the influence of radiation. Edwin Hubble: there is a shift in the Spector zone to the “red zone” (Doppler effect), and this shift in radiation causes the accumulation of light energy and therefore the universe expands.
    Gamow in his work” The Universe “writes ” creation”, although nowhere does he speak of God. Augustine: God created time, and what happened “before that” means that there was nothing before the appearance of primordial matter: neither time nor space. It is one thing to understand, another to ridicule, but without understanding the essence of the problem, or the truth.
    1960 American Arno Penzis, discovers the “theory of relic radiation”. The peculiarity of this theory lies in the fact that during astronomical observation , astronomers drew attention to a certain feature of background radio emission: wherever you point the telescope, the same radiophone goes from everywhere. This hypothesis received mathematical confirmation and became the theory of the big bang, as well as the theory that confirms the non-uniform distribution of chemical elements:more helium, less hydrogen, less heavy chemical elements, and also a theory of the hydrogen content of space.
    Alan Guth on the inflationary theory: the emergence of the universe from nothing, from the point of view of “inflating a three-dimensional sphere”, galaxies run away, creating space (in the form of an inflatable ball, they create a sphere), although it is generally considered a four-dimensional sphere. Follower of” inflating the universe ” Polan Davies, physicist:” you don't have to pay for the universe ” – everything came out of nothing.
    “The Ellegant universe” by Green, Davis work on the expansion of the galaxy 13.7 mld. years is a confirmation of the mathematical version. Lebnician version: Paul Davis “super power” gave rise to the universe. It denies quantum fluctuation (randomness), i.e. in a vacuum, a singularity is created. There was no matter and it appeared spontaneously, so Leibniz says that the cause may be an Eternal, non-particle God. The thomistic theory: cause-and-effect relationship. Teleological proof: Stoick Calianf “beauty and order”. So there is Someone who knows what order and beauty are, knows what goal to set so that this order and beauty are preserved and how to restore this order and beauty. Therefore, there is One Who has the knowledge of beauty, order, power and power to carry out this plan of beauty and order. Random generation cannot produce intelligent, non-thinking beings (Rousseau). The theory of probability of a random variant proves that it cannot be considered a theory of the random origin of a reasonable person. Seth Loyd believes that a quantum particle contains only one millionth of the information. Davis : “the theory of intelligent construction of the universe”. But no scientist has ever said, ” Why did all the electrons, protons, appear three minutes after the big bang with the same charge and the same mass?” There were no laws of the universe yet, and if the speed was a little less, the universe would collapse, if it was more, the universe would crumble. Why all the fundamental constants were preserved and prevented the collapse of the universe. Who prevented the gravitational, electromagnetic, strong, weak nuclear interaction? Hugh Ross writes about the fine-tuning of the universe: “How can a physicist be an atheist?” Why is it impossible to maintain a thermonuclear reaction in terrestrial conditions? Why does a newly formed star retain a gravitational force after the big bang? If the gravitational force is slightly less, the star will be large, the gravitational force will be small, therefore there will be no interactions in it and only heavy metals will be formed. If the force of gravity is greater, then chemical elements will not be able to interact and molecules for the existence of life will not be able to appear (the anthropic principle). Davis says that all the parameters of the planet Earth were programmed for 13.7 mld. years for its further development, as the laws were. The law b includes a constant constant. Who then established the laws, the charge of electrons, the speed of light, the law of gravity, and at the same time they interact and do not interfere with each other, but are in absolute harmony. So the universe had a goal for the appearance of an intelligent person and the completion of evolution. Alain Gut, Velenkin recent scientists confirming the theory of “fine tuning” . Linde is against this theory: we live in a constantly exploding universe, a multiverse, i.e. the theory of constantly emerging galaxies with different parameters. Probability theory says that a single event cannot be repeated twice or more than once. For example, a person's hairstyle is only a single case in which the moment when a person's hair falls on their head occurs in only one of the many options. Therefore, our universe was created by chance and only once. But then, in these galaxies with different parameters, Einstein's theory still works: relativity and the big bang? Shiche Kako, Japanese scientist: Planet Earth is unique for human life: 70 % of water, so that water softens climatic changes, the sun is located at a certain distance, the satellite planet Moon is necessary so that the planet Earth has a small angle of inclination during rotation and with the appropriate precession, otherwise the angle of inclination would be 50 *, and not 12, 5? If there were no Jupiter, Saturn, then there would be no life on Earth, as the planet would be bombarded by meteorites, kametes, etc. Due to the mass and distance of the Moon, it holds the planet with a minimum angle of inclination. How long must it take for an electromagnetic field to form, which is formed due to heavy chemical elements such as iron and where it must be concentrated in order to maintain an electromagnetic balance with the force of gravity. The speed of rotation of the Earth is also not an unimportant fact, since different temperature parameters and hurricanes depend on the speed of the Earth. An important parameter is the location of the Earth in relation to the center of the galaxy. If far away, the stars would not have produced heavy chemical elements. If it is close to the center of the galaxy, then there would be no condition for the existence of life on Earth, and accordingly
    the DNA molecule.
    Michael Behe “Darwin's Black Box”, on the “intelligent origin of the universe”(Ph. D. Professor Lega V. P.). All the above scientists are believers.

  6. It is quite possible that the term randomness in everyday life is often synonymous with a rather rare event that is not “ordinary”. And we often look for the reason for non-ordinary, piece-by-piece events and phenomena… the rest just remains almost always out of our attention. If all events had equal “weight” in terms of their ordinariness, then randomness as such would most likely cease to interest us so much. When we roll a die in a casino, we are more likely to call it a coincidence that two sixes fall out ten times in a row. We will almost certainly call all other outcomes the classical normal distribution. It seems to me that the larger and larger the object , the easier it is to talk about the cause as well as about the randomness of the phenomena that occur to it. Quantum mechanics almost always explores phenomena on the smallest scales of reality – where the cause is almost lost-due to the fact that on these scales there is almost no structure and order on the spirit – ocean of raw probability, if I may say so – where it is terribly difficult to distinguish individual objects that are “uncoated” by the environment. Even if it is possible to do this in a very precise, high-quality scientific experiment , it is almost impossible to find such uniqueness “in Nature”. We will always have a terribly heterogeneous mass of small events and objects-the building blocks of reality, which only on the macro scale allow us to say something about causality and randomness. They say that randomness is a well-veiled pattern – and probably also vice versa…

  7. From my point of view ,there is a reason for everything ,but adjusted for the coefficient of uncertainty, otherwise it would be banal to be bored and completely lack the diversity of the result.

  8. Quantum physics knows the Observer effect, which proves that the result of the process depends on the composition of the participants in the process, or rather on their properties. Is the observer effect not enough to recognize quantum-level phenomena as causal? Randomness is the absence of causes for the appearance of any phenomenon, object, so the question is: are such phenomena, objects known to physics? I pointed out above to the Observer effect, which proves the existence of causes in the results of quantum-level processes, so I ask you not to assert that quantum-level processes are causeless, such a statement is false. I repeat the question: is science aware of phenomena, objects, the occurrence of which has no causes? My opinion is this: if God really existed, he, poor fellow, would be guided by his own properties and the properties of the objects that he, ha-ha-ha, created. And object properties are the reason for everything and everywhere.

  9. The question was posed incorrectly. There is always a reason – you make a measurement and get the result of the measurement. All events before they were measured in quantum mechanics have no meaning and no clear definition.�

    Your eye takes measurements myriad times a second. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) makes measurements. And you make a measurement with your eyes and the Internet about LHC measurements.�

    The difference from classical mechanics is the inherent role of the subject (the absence of objective reality) and the fact that the result of a single measurement in quantum mechanics cannot be predicted (even under identical initial conditions).


  10. According to the theory of potentiality and the potentialist interpretation of quantum mechanics, the so-called quantum event is not an actual event, but a potential one, i.e. something that can happen, but will never happen, can always happen. Accordingly, the reason underlying such an event is not the cause itself, but its possibility, potency.

  11. To explain the randomness of quantum events, there are 4 possible explanations:

    1) Hidden determinism: there is a causality mechanism, we just can't observe it right now;

    2) The universe only seems random, but in reality it is a so-called branching “multiverse” (Everett's universe), and the perception of randomness is a side effect of finding yourself in one of its new branches;

    3) in general, causality operates in the universe, but there are phenomena that lead to random results;

    4) The universe in general is fundamentally so arranged that it is based on randomness.

    So there are reasons for randomness – but either our own perception fails us and we simply do not see the reason, or randomness is the basis of the structure of the Universe and is the main reason.

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