Nothing is random, just not fully understood yet.

Well, in the sciences since the 20s, statistics have gained a bit of an excessive foothold. It’s hard to escape it, and the dependence upon a fictional ‘random’ or utilizing large probability sets that are only self-supporting and cannot be compared against reality except in the grossest sense… will eventually lead us into a big problem… if it hasn’t already.

But such as it is. Nothing is random, just not fully understood yet. Gas in a box; we analogize randomness to gas in a box under pressure and heat. But it’s not random. Just incalculable at present. That can all change.

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