Most humans believe that possibilities are ontologically real. We now have good reason to believe that all possibilities have an inherent concomitant degree of probability and really, IMO, it is nonsensical to think that they wouldn't. Since the scientific study of probability is a modern development starting in the 17th century we are comfortable with deliberating possible actions based on their probabilities. Perhaps casting of the die was a way to arrive at a decided opinion between possibilities in situations for which there were no metrics to ascertain their probabilities or where greater reason was inconvenient or inaccessible. Yet, whereas man is just now coming to understand the ideas of 'possibility' and 'probability' we are confident that God has always known of them. My question is, While we live and believe in the idea of 'probabilities' does God know anything as a probability? Has God known possibilities and probabilities as only the creatures' illusions and are not ontologically real to Him? If God knows possibilities then how is it that He can not know them simultaneously in the same way?