This paper explains the anomalous magnetic moment for all elementary particles and composite particles (such as the proton). The special case regarding the Muon anomaly is addressed. It also presents a summary of the issues in accurately measuring the magnetic dipole moment for elementary particles. The explanation provided involves simple math and probabilities. It is not complex, such as Yang-Mills and related theories. In summary, there is no anomaly. The measurement of the magnetic moment is misunderstood, because it is a time-averaged value for 16 different probabilities (4 charges X 4 spins). Each particle mass has 16 probabilities. Researchers have incorrectly assumed they were measuring the magnetic moment for a single particle. Areas for further research are suggested. Readers must comprehend that our universe literally blinks, off and on, more than 1 trillion cycles each second, and this allows the rapid changing of particle charge and spin as probabilities.