Developers tried doing that for iPhone. What they learned was: users fucking hate web apps.
Near-to-infinite number of conditions mean they are predictable, they just immeasurably hard to predict.
Just a little fix : I mean small differences cause yield widely diverging outcomes, but "yield widely diverging outcomes" is predictable !
Planck length : Because of the tininess of the Planck length (about 1020 times smaller than the diameter of a proton) there is no hope of directly probing this length scale in the foreseeable future.
If something goes below Planck length, it's not predictable because it disapear (simplfication) ?
Things are (probably) predictable. I talk about an hypothetical situation, nothing provable as is, but it's not impossible.
for a sufficiently chaotic system true randomness does exist.
Chaos is based on this theory : Small differences in initial conditions (such as those due to rounding errors in numerical computation) yield widely diverging outcomes for chaotic systems, rendering long-term prediction impossible in general.
This theory is really interesting but, in this case, you believe in "impossible" ? Near-to-infinite number of conditions mean they are predictable, they just immeasurably hard to predict.
I'm not a specialized in this kind of brain's food, maybe you got some reading for me to show me where I'm wrong.
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