Which version of quantum theory as used by different physicists are you referring to?<quoted text>
I am not talking about any of the *philosophical interpretations* of quantum theory. I am talking about the quantum theory as actually used by physicists.
yes, the prior condition is that of being a muon. But here's the point: there is no difference between a muon that decays now versus a muon that decays at some later time (or that never decays). When that muon decays is random and uncaused.
Why would you say that? It is illogical only if you *assume* that all events have causes. But that is exactly the point at issue, so that assumption is not one you can make without justification.
Where is your source for claiming muons do not have a cause, I would like to examine it.
Also, did you ever come up with something else, that does not have a cause, that can be observed?