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All that you describe is self evident- no one can predict exactly when a leaf will fall from a tree and where it will land. At the subatomic level what we call chaos theory, quantum physics, string theory etc., etc.. is (IMHO) our feeble attempt to explain the inexplicable, the mystery of the unknown and what Einstein came to realize as being a reflection of Divinity.