I'm wondering the existence of probabilities in general, either in maths ou other.
①➡ I have three balls(1, 2 and 3) inside a bag, and I close the bag. I mix the balls and I take one out. How do I know which one I grab before I pull it out? I had those kind of problems in highschool when I was studying math. I only resolve them with probabilities and some known facts.
②➡ Now imagine a real life situation where I'm walking through a street and I turn a corner. How do I know if there's someone in the other side of the corner that I can run into? If I can't see the other side of the corner I don't know if it's approching someone. Unless there's mirrors or something... But can I calculate a probability? Of course I can know how many people walks through that street at that time and I know that in some days is more crowded than others, and hours too.
③➡ Now in physics, there's is a theory called "Schrodinger's box", wich exposes a problem such as: I put a cat in a box and close it. How do I know if the cat is dead or alive? I know that there's only two solutions: or it dies or it lives.
So in case one, I'm bloqued by what I can't see. If I can't see which ball I'm taking out I don't know which comes out. So the main problem is me in a way, 'cuz I'm incapable of knowing for certainty which comes out. Look, it's not that reality doesn't know the answer it's that I don't know(point). Reality is not a person. The curious one is me. But I'm incapable of knowing what really happens at all the moments since the problems beggins, so I'm a searcher for the certain result. PS.: if I wrote a program to determine wich ball the user would take I could know the answer to my problem with certainty.
In case two, even if I made a research I could still not know the certain result. But If a helicopter was filming the place he knows what's gonna happen. He knows if I encounter a person or not. He's seeing it! But now imagine if he wanted to know if me and that person run to each other. That is a thing of the moment it happens too fast, one of the persons can desviate.
In the third case, it's like the balls. I can only know if the cat dies or lives if I open the box and see it with my eyes. So again, the certain solution to my problem is me. Because the answer is known and certain for reality. I'm the ignorant one. It's not that the problem isn't solvable or hasn't an exact solution. Is that I don't know enough to determin a certain solution.
Conclusion: what I'm trying to say supported by this arguments is that one confronting a problem that seems unsolvable tries to estimate the solution, although is not the exact one. And appears to be only a misinterpretation of reality, since we don't know all the facts. You can't write a successful algorithm without knowing every steps. So to use probabilities to solve a problem doesn't exactly solve a problem. Assuming that all problems not made by man have reasons and solutions, all problems have the right facts and the right algorithms, therefore to solve a problem we need reasons, facts and solutions, things that probability can't do to solve a problem. That's based on humans ignorance, since probability was created by humans and is not a perfect system, so it's also based on ignorance. Since ignorance is also lack of reality, probability is not real.
Well, we all know that mathmatics is exact. The only thing that's not exact it's probabilities.
Are probabilities real? Do they represent any objective quantities or are they just subjective to the person calculating them.
PS.: It was invented by humans but don't fall in the graces of humans criativity.