The flip of a coin has always been the most prominent and pervasive reference-point to defining what appears to be predicated by mere intermittency; but is the outcome of a coin-flip contingent on spontaneity, or is there an underlying principle that predetermines the end result.
When a coin is flipped there’s a 100% chance of it landing on either side; with exception to the third-side which is a rarity because of the size, length and width discrepancy principle.
Randomness is a false dichotomy, a conjecture deriving from scientific prejudice; the ability to detect consistency as opposed to the contrast being an enigma creates an analytical discrepancy;
Thus the fallacy derives from the inability to demystify a concept that falls outside the parameters of scientific understanding. The unpredictability of a coin-flip is unequivocally inconsistent in it’s outcome, hence the illusion of randomness is assumed.
If a projectile shape machine flips a coin to a specific height, at a designated speed, protruding at a specific angle, while taking into consideration a myriad of variables such as: climate, temperature, gravitational forces etc.
On a mathematical level the predetermining outcomes can be predicated using mathematical equations. Even if there’s contrasting results, you can inevitably tweak the machine to create an equilibrium, an over 75% will constitute an accuracy.
Here’s the irony; the experiment only proves that randomness is contingent on relativity, with respect to who or what is predicating the outcome. So even if the flip of a coin has been demystified as not being random, it is only from a relative perspective, and the core of randomness actually exist in human fallibility.
The coin-flip seems arbitrary in nature, but the real intermittency exist within human fallibility. Our inability to accurately flip a coin consistently, flawlessly and with precision is what predetermines the random outcome, not the actual flipping-of-the-coin itself, but the preceding inception of the flips.
So within the context of a coin-flip, its random but it’s not, it’s relative and conducive to who or what is flipping the coin. This begs a much bigger question; if the enigma of such factuality can be isolated, can this serve as a metaphorical precept to interpret randomness with respect to human interaction and other attributes?
Such as cause and effect, investing, quantum mechanics, space and infinity? All these attributes share a common denominator, there’s a deep-seeded level of ambiguity engrained in these concepts, and it’s myriad of interpretations are intrinsically arbitrary or random.
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