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  1. I have a different theory for everything. Any events are predefined. And this answer to this question, too. Any meetings,any of your phrases,actions – everything is already calculated for a long time ahead, for life. In fact, you are part of a large computer code,simply put. I do not know who determined all this. Call it God? If there really was a God, there would be no atheists. So for me, this is all just some kind of intelligent being, not even a being,but just a kind of global superintelligence. Why and why he or she or it did (a,o), exactly so and not otherwise – we are not supposed to know.
    You are supposed to,say,just meet someone, for example, tomorrow. Or help someone. Or something else. And everything has a higher purpose. And no, it's not getting rid of your sins, because your sins are also part of this code. No one knows what the goal is. But it is there. It will not exist – the world will cease to exist.

  2. And the god of probability theory is subject to the god of gods of probability theory, and so it can be ad infinitum. Any object can be considered this way, but yes, the answer is subject, just like lightning is subject to Zeus and so on, the fifth and tenth. It should also be noted that probability theory does not apply to religion, it is impossible to draw a parallel with programming and cinema, a parallel with medicine and geometry, just like science and religion, because theory refers to science. It's very funny when they say “Religion is anti-scientific” (Yes, there are moments in the Bible that violate the laws of physics, but we consider religion as religion, not as physics, right?), the same thing to say “This picture does not correspond to object-oriented programming” (I am an atheist myself). So you can say both yes and no.

  3. First, just probabilities, no theory. The apple on Newton's head fell under the influence of gravity, and not under the influence of the theory of gravity.

    Secondly, it does not determine the probability of an event. This would mean that there must be a causal relationship between the probability and the event, which is absurd.�

    Events are defined by prerequisites. And they are strictly limited to them. If you open the box, Schrodinger's cat is either alive or dead. But it won't turn into a cactus.

    Probability is not a force that affects the occurrence of an event. There is no relationship between probability and an event at all: probability does not affect the event, the event does not affect the probability.�

    Because probability doesn't exist in principle. We call probability the measure of our ignorance of the conditions that will determine the outcome.�

    Let's say we've pumped the air out of a crate and know that the cat will be dead. But we invited two observers, one of whom was not told this, and he thinks that the probability of a live cat is 50%.�

    And the second one was told that three boxes were sent to us, one came, but we don't know what's in it. One was supposed to have a live cat, one was supposed to have a cactus, and the third was supposed to have a skull. What is the probability of a live cat? 1/3.�

    Which of these probabilities will determine something here? 1/2 or 1/3?�

    Of course, none, because the cat has already suffocated with a probability of 100%.�

    However, when we opened the box, it was empty. The cat either escaped or the crates were mixed up. This is the premise that determined the event. The 100% probability of a dead cat changed nothing, because it does not affect the event, only shows a measure of the observer's lack of information.

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