If quantum mechanics or other fundamental theories of physics have it that small

If quantum mechanics or other fundamental theories of physics have it that small

If quantum mechanics or other fundamental theories of physics have it that small physical entities which make up everything else do not behave deterministically, does that indeterminism inherited by all other larger entities, whether those are molecules, gases, instantiated computer programs, and people? In general, does indetermism on one "lower" physical level imply indetermism on a "higher" one?

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