Does quantum theory suggest that god is evil/disorderly?

Quantum theory suggests that on the sub atomic level, there are random happenings not governed by any law. Is this true? Since a god with an equal opponent suggests that anything could happen in this world. Ie chaotic universe. Is the quantum theory applicable with a lawful, all good all powerful God?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
    Best Answer

    Quantum theory=Science

    Deities=Nonsense

    The two are not correlated

  • 9 years ago

    It doesn't.

    It describes that events are governed by probability, not determinism. This means that individual events cannot be predicted and are uncaused, and only the statistical outcome of many events can be predicted with any accuracy. That is not the same as randomness.

    That's why classical macroscopic physics is effectively an averaging of many quantum events, described in the Correspondence Principle.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Correspondence_princi...

    Quantum mechanics makes NO claim or suggestion about any gods whatsoever.

    Edit:

    I should specify that randomness can be derived from quantum mechanical processes by normalising the probability distribution of outcomes in some way.

  • 9 years ago

    There must be some law, which is yet to be found... saying that something is random is not science... I'm sure scientists will come up with a law in coming years

    Besides, quantum theory is not related to god

  • 9 years ago

    Even though I believe the two ideas to be unrelated, Christians would have one hell of a time dealing with the quantum theory. This due to their notion of an all invasive deity governing all aspects of life.

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  • ahlers
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Wow that's an entire fruit basket, no longer basically apples and oranges. to start, chaos (concept) in simple terms potential we can't save up with the controlling forces and anticipate the consequence. yet easily no person proposes that a sub atomic particle chooses the place to be - it would desire to be the place that's - yet in simple terms with the aid of a confluence of forces we can't see yet or disentangle sufficient to foretell the consequence. So in simple terms on the grounds that's chaotic (to us) would not propose that's out of control or unpredictable. 2d, quantum concept is silent on god. 0.33, we are splendidly baby-like in our expectation of symmetry or experience in the universe. that's some distance plenty greater possibly that one superb day gravity will in simple terms turn off than save on perpetually. all of us be attentive to easily no longer something approximately any of this. We word community activities, yet our be attentive to-how of that's like that of an toddler, in mom's palms, watching the gorgeous lighting fixtures in the sky at a fireworks teach.

  • 9 years ago

    Quantum theory does not suggest that these things are not governed by laws, we just don't understand them yet. Physicists are busy trying to understand them as we speak.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Quantum theory doesnt deal with God. Does Pythagoras theorem tell you how to make a steak and kidney pie?

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    No, quantum theory suggests nothing about a deity... because it's science.

  • 9 years ago

    Truly random or a pattern known only to God?

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Scientist still do not understand quantum mechanics.

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