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Does the uncertainty principle imply the non-deterministic universe, or just the fact that our model of the universe, the one based on observation, can be at most non-deterministic, since we will not be able to measure with perfect accuracy, even if such would exist (and therefore we will have to provide probability distributions rather than an event which should happen with overwhelming probability (term used by Terence Tao))?

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marked as duplicate by ACuriousMind, John Rennie, Qmechanic Jul 19 '14 at 14:32

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