Life isn’t random.
Stephen Kent Gray

I completely respect your viewpoint.

Just try to visualise this.

If you see particles in water dancing in brownian motion, every particle is colliding with the other particle and yes, there is an action and reaction there but how the particle is moving, where will its final position be at a certain point in time, what determines how many collisions will happen is all random movement of atoms in that system.

Completely random.

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