All right, I've been a determinist for a couple of years now (even before I was aware of the word and all philosophic theories surrounding the subject). And now, or at least very recently, two interesting questions has popped up in my head:
1. If you, theoretically, rewound time (how long doesn't matter). Would everything look the very same way as it does today when the same amount of time once again had passed?
2. If there were several universes with no time dimension who consisted of the very same materials to begin with that were arrenged the exact same way, would they look exactly the same after time starts passing by (assuming there was life there to begin with), or would people and/or animals decisions be different in each universe, causing them to look different?
Of course this is all just speculative and there are no right or wrong, but share your thoughts! ^^
(And yes, I'm aware of the quantum randomness theories, but that's not proof in any direction.)