I guess I think in more real world physical terms than you can.<quoted text>
Which you clearly did not understand.
A bit strangely said, but I can live with this so far.
Why do you say that? What do you think 'helps it along'?
Not exactly. The probabilities of the different possibilities can be calculated. And quite accurately, at that.
Picture yourself sitting on a stadium bench with people siting next to each other. A relative equilibrium of forces emanating from each is reached, but a change in one changes the transfer down the line. Anywhere from a push to the transfer of heat. The universe is made the same way according to mainstream physics.
Each particle in each atom is locked in place by the position and state of each and every other particle in the universe. Gravity and EM are universal in their reach.
Balance two 4000 ton weights on a perfect frictionless balance beam. Then drop a feather on one of them. What is supposed to happen?