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The more complex an organism is the more information it needs - and the less its state of entropy is. Information is all the valuable the more improbable it is. In this manner improbability is a characteristic quality of energy. High forms of energy are required to unite fields of energy in symmetrical interaction i.e. symmetry possesses a high improbability and a high value of information. If we consider chance then its form depends on how we observe it and what we choose to see. Objective reality is replaced by the observer-created reality - the idea that the world exists in a particular state irregardeless of the intention of the observer has to be given up. Reality is the result of observation. The quality of our experience of reality is relative to the organization of our perception.