The behavior of matter and energy could be thought of as being the inevitable outcome of random quantum events. We know that tiny particles have a statistical "fuzziness" about them, as seen in the double slit experiment. The larger objects get the less fuzzy they are. The larger the number of quantum events, the more predicable the outcome. When behavior is completely predictable we call it a law.

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