# Randomness or predestination

Are there random events in our universe or is everything predetermined in advance? Is all coincidence in our life an accident or a pattern? I suggest trying to deal with these issues. I must say right away that the article does not pretend to be a scientific one and is just an attempt to comprehend reality using a mathematical apparatus. Who cares, read on.

If we consider the Universe as a nonlinear dynamic system, the state of which at time t can be described by a variety of events, and assume the presence of cause-effect relationships between the events of time t and the events of time t-1 (in other words, the presence of a relationship between the current and previous states systems), then we will be forced to conclude that some kind of event (or many simultaneous events, which in fact can be considered as a single event that determines the initial state system) was the beginning and cause of being. As a result, it gave rise to many other events, each of which is a set of the following and so on up to the current moment.

Thus, the Universe can be represented as a system of nonlinear differential equations. The larger the number of parameters will be taken into account, the greater the number of equations it will contain and the closer this mathematical model will be to the real one. That is, with an increase in the number of parameters and equations of the system to infinity, we obtain a complete mathematical model of the Universe. Even simple nonlinear dynamical systems with three parameters exhibit very complex behavior that is practically indistinguishable from random. One can imagine how the system will behave with the number of parameters tending to infinity.

Wikipedia defines randomnessas a manifestation of external unstable relations in reality, a manifestation of the result of the intersection (coincidence) of independent processes or events. In contrast to it, necessity is defined as a characteristic of a phenomenon uniquely defined by a certain area of ​​reality, predictable in the framework of knowledge about it. I think that the term is not very well chosen, so instead of it I will use predestination.

Now you can try to understand the issue of the existence of random processes and events in our universe. A process is nothing more than a sequence of events, therefore a random process will be called a sequence of random events (or a random sequence of events, the essence of this does not change). But, as can be seen from the above definition, randomness is possible only if there are independent processes or events, and this contradicts our model, in which all events and processes are interdependent. The interdependence is due to the initial state of the system, since in nonlinear dynamic systems even a small change in the initial state leads to unpredictable behavior of the system as a whole and each of the parameters separately. So it’s not possible to change only one of the parameters, without affecting the rest, therefore, all subsequent states of the system depend on the previous ones. Thus, we conclude that it is impossible for independent events to exist in our model. And this means that there is no chance in it. But what does exist? The system consists of a huge number of non-linear elements, each of which has freedom of choice and with a certain probability has a positive or negative effect on the system (in other words, it contributes to the growth of either entropy or negentropy). Thus, we can only talk about the likelihood of a particular event, based on the chain of previous cause-effect relationships. And hello quantum physics and thermodynamics. Thus, we conclude that it is impossible for independent events to exist in our model. And this means that there is no chance in it. But what does exist? The system consists of a huge number of non-linear elements, each of which has freedom of choice and with a certain probability has a positive or negative effect on the system (in other words, it contributes to the growth of either entropy or negentropy). Thus, we can only talk about the likelihood of a particular event, based on the chain of previous cause-effect relationships. And hello quantum physics and thermodynamics. Thus, we conclude that it is impossible for independent events to exist in our model. And this means that there is no chance in it. But what does exist? The system consists of a huge number of non-linear elements, each of which has freedom of choice and with a certain probability has a positive or negative effect on the system (in other words, it contributes to the growth of either entropy or negentropy). Thus, we can only talk about the likelihood of a particular event, based on the chain of previous cause-effect relationships. And hello quantum physics and thermodynamics. each of which has freedom of choice and with a certain probability has a positive or negative effect on the system (in other words, it contributes to the growth of either entropy or negentropy). Thus, we can only talk about the likelihood of a particular event, based on the chain of previous cause-effect relationships. And hello quantum physics and thermodynamics. each of which has freedom of choice and with a certain probability has a positive or negative effect on the system (in other words, it contributes to the growth of either entropy or negentropy). Thus, we can only talk about the likelihood of a particular event, based on the chain of previous cause-effect relationships. And hello quantum physics and thermodynamics.

Why was all this written? This text is an attempt to comprehend life experience in the light of existing scientific theories. And experience, like the above reasoning, leads to the conclusion that nothing happens by chance in life. And to believe in His Majesty the case is as ridiculous as to worship stone idols.

Well, in order to finish a rather lengthy discussion with an illustrative example, consider the following situation. Everyone knows the number Pi. It is calculated according to clear and definite rules, which means that the sequence of decimal digits in it cannot be considered random. But what is the probability that the next calculated decimal digit in this sequence will be 9? And what is the likelihood that you will choose 9 out of the ten proposed numbers? And what is the likelihood that you will guess the next digit of Pi? If someone is interested, then he can try to find answers to these questions on his own, because I do not have them.

Thanks for attention.