- all particles (waves?) behave chaotically within boundaries, averaging at at some mean that allows us to predict gross, or macro behaviour.
- as with all laws, they can be stretched, and, with the laws of averages, they allow for outliers on any sides of a mean (3dimensional mean? 4d?), so you’ll get the odd atom behaving totally out of character. But because it’s averaged out, rarely see any effect… but sometimes you do.
- Einstein(?), Galileo, Newton(?) working on the averages