Originally Posted by Acting Like Godot
The process of acquiring the information itself changes the outcome. That is the difficulty of the pre-determinism argument.
In fact, the more questions you ask, and the more detailed the answers you demand, the more likely you will cause a change in the respondent's opinion.
again, if all information is known, which includes information of the system observed, the environment, and the observer (which i left out previously), then 100% accuracy can be obtained in predictions.
it's only logical.