FYI: For the 2022 Physics Noble Prize announcement, see here.
First, I realize the subjective nature of any potential answers or discussions regarding this question. In spite of that, I'm still determined to introduce this topic and question.
In the high-level summary and explanation I've read/watched for this award (and its corresponding results), lots of physicists state (basically) that this means or confirms that everything (at least in a so-called "local" system - the spatial/temporal extent of which is not really clear) is probabilistic.
Assuming these results hold true, what could the outcome of this work imply in terms of how we interact with "reality" (and vice versa)?