I am working on a concept for something and i want to make sure i understand something clearly before i start on everything else. Note, my project is more about the interactions of elements of complex systems rather than physics. Im just using this paragraph as an example, not doing a project on quantum mechanics. Is this paragraph accurate:
The universe is built on probabilities. In the whole scope of the universe, absolute mathematics and absolute certainty do not exist. Its incorrect to say 1 + 1 = 2, the more accurate way to say it is 1 + 1 probably equals 2, but not always. It is all based on the probability that what you expect to happen, will. Its quantum probabilities that dictate that a group of sub atomic particles, at this exact moment in time, line up precisely in a certain way that allow an atom to exist. That atom lives in an environment (dictated by other probabilities) that has a calculable probability to grab onto another atom and form an object with mass. That object was hammered into a shape by a craftsman trusting that the probabilities dictating the actions of the subatomic particles allow it to not crack, or disintegrate, or break the tool. That object is now sitting on your desk holding your soft drink in the form of a can. The subatomic particles that are almost insignificantly small form a thread of interaction that leads up to that can sitting on your desk. If that thread breaks at any point, that can ceases to exist as you know it and your soda is running all over your desk.
Thanks everyone, im not sure if this falls in the scope of this site, but i can't think of any other place to ask this question.