Has there ever been shown to be an effect without a cause? Is it even possible

Has there ever been shown to be an effect without a cause? Is it even possible

Has there ever been shown to be an effect without a cause? Is it even possible for there to be an effect without a cause? If this is not possible, does that prove determinism is true, at least what I believe is called "Hard Determinism?" And even if you can't prove that there can never be an effect without a cause, isn't probability justification enough to make any belief other than determinism ridiculous?

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