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    problem

    The idea of ( ), that no event occurs in nature without natural causes, has been postulated as a natural law yet is under attack on both scientific and philosophical grounds.
    Scientific laws assume that a specific set of conditions will ueerringly lead to a perdetermined outcome. However, studied in the field of physics have demonstrated that the loctaion and speed of miniscule particles such as electrons are the result of random behaviors rather than predictable results determined by pre-existing conditions.

    what is the answer ?

    Thanks.

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    Re: problem

    evolution?

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