In quantum physics, can an event be predicted?

In quantum physics, can an event be predicted?

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Story Writer Sandip Dhore

Many quantum mechanics experts believe that all events are divided into multiple possibilities until it is reduced to a single probability. 

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Although this fact has emerged as a result of mathematical and analytical studies, I do not think it is a completely accurate assumption. 

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Because everything in the universe is predetermined and without any chance, so events happen. 

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Try to figure out why Einstein was not a great teacher or a musician, rather than a brilliant scientist. 

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The association of such events before and after birth that was rooted in the past, present and future to make him a great scientist. 

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That is, the occurrence of any event can be part of some kind of quantum pattern, which is predetermined. 

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For any event to occur, energy travels in time according to a quantum pattern at some level, causing certain events to occur. 

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Possibility can only happen if energy starts traveling from the ends of the future under the quantum pattern. 

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Future events are already established because energy travels through time, starting in the past. 

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I think energy only works at a specified level; If the energy or particles of energy do not act at a predetermined level, the state of the universe may become disordered. 

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