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Yet the question still arises that, if atomic radioactive decay is truly random, why is it linear and predictable outside of a single molecule?
The link I posted has nothing to do with radioactive decay.
Also, what? I'm not a quantum physicist but are you saying because we can run statistical analyses on the decay of certain atoms and determine a window for when that particle might decay it means that it's not random? Because that's fallacious.