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The mechanism of the random walk is very different from selecting various pre-shuffled decks of cards. The decks are not transformed from one to the next to the next.However the end result is the same. The order in which the deck is drawn is mutually independent of the order of the cards within the deck.(answering this question does not mean that I volunteer to peer review this--I would advise not putting to much effort into this line of questioning until you have spent some time learning more about probability calculations. They're tricky at first, but there are only so many types of scenarios that commonly arise that once you have learned a few of the tricks, it's not so bad)

I believe that if science can not replace ? with a true value, then this alone proves I am correct

Neither science nor maths can do this.It does not prove you are correct as unfortunately your maths does not make sense.The reasons have been explored in the other thread and I don't think you are going to find anyone willing to spend the time on this thread.I echo what ChiralSPO said, do learn basic probability, also the maths of fractions and decimals.Please don't waste more of your time and energy on this, there are better things to do with your life.

I'm saying you are not correct with your maths, it doesnt prove anything.

probability is a measurement

Can this have effect on probabilities and outcome over time?

History therefore changes probability as it does the outcome.