Quantum theory proves that true randomness does in fact exist. The previous model postulated that unpredictability was due to partial ignorance of all influencing factors. An interesting thought related to true randomness: If a person went back in time to observe an outcome that had a less than 100% probability of occurring – the outcome might not occur in the same way it had before. (It is not the observer’s past, after all).
Why do we mortals wonder if it is through 'human chaos' or through 'divine perfection' when the world guides us to some magical event? In either case, is not the result the same? Is the result not 'divine perfection?