"Randomness is only the measure of our ignorance"

 Jules-Henri Poincaré

 

 

 

What is the sequence of occurrences involved in an event?

 If we go back in that chain, could we really say that it has been fortuitous?

 What events happen at both macroscopic and microscopic levels?

 

If we knew them, would we really say that it was due to chance?

We can concatenate successes or diseases or monotony and we do not know if it was already predetermined.

 

Through these questions the author investigates the processes of randomness seeking explanations in a scientific way. The classical determinism has failed to satisfy the right answers.

 

In the face of such a scenario, we must ask ourselves: is it real the world in which we exist? how much certainty is there in what we live?