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It doesn't require that those outcomes be random or "un-willed".

Yes, it sort of does. The basic postulates behind QM do not allow for "willing". If you can impose will upon it then it's deterministic, and that's not valid. Unless you want to develop your own QM (and show it works as well or better than our existing QM).
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