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Quantum mechanics (QM) predicts probabilities on the fundamental level which are, via Born probability law, connected to the formal randomness of infinite sequences of QM outcomes. Recently it has been shown that QM is algorithmic 1-random in the sense of Martin-Löf. We extend this result and demonstrate that QM is algorithmic ω-random and generic precisely as described by the 'miniaturisation' of the Solovay forcing to arithmetic. This is extended further to the result that QM becomesdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-200271/v1 fatcat:pl6htdahvvds7mm5xe7kbbloou