So does the 'random' behaviour of particles just stem from the the fact that the momentum of the particles they hit is basically random?
>so randomness stems from randomness?
Truly a deep conclusion that you must have spent years, NAY, DECADES constructing. You are definitely, the einstein of our time. A genius to rule over everyone else. Please apply to MENSA and CERN right away, humanity needs GREAT THINKERS like you at the top of the pyramid.
Yes but you said randomness and randomness when mine was " 'random' " and "basically random", clearly the way I stated it was more nuanced than your rendition of what I wrote; you reduced the nuance apparent in your rendition thereby making myself easier to knock down. This is a classic straw man.
What makes you say it's "basically random" ?
There is a very good reason for each momentum held by each air particle at any time, due to deterministic laws of physics, but we can't monitor it.
Only very few things are "random", such as nuclear decay. Everything else that we call "random" is deterministic.
Whether I answered your question or not, you really need to phrase what you ask more clearly in the OP post.
To take my point one step further. I copied OP and just pasted it on google
Seriously, the original post looks like a fucking google search and there you have it. Talk about quantum particles, quantum entanglement, the uncertainty principle. It is all there.
But NO. OP had to fucking come to sci and waste our time asking us when there is plenty of material outside.
Yeah, good fucking job. And I don't know if you are OP or someone defending OP but either way, fuck off because you are retarded.