One of the first things one learns about computers is that, irritatingly, they can’t generate truly random numbers, but can, based on a seed number, generate a series of numbers that satisfies what randomness would look like.
These are called “pseudorandom numbers.”
But isn’t randomness just a way of describing the behavior of things we don’t understand? the causality at work?
And then, if we did understand the underlying causality, wouldn’t the randomness simply disappear?
I conclude that there’s no such thing as randomness. Randomness isn’t real.

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