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This is why it is hard to generate a random number [Math]
posted April 10 2013 20:31.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis




If you know little about programming you're probably gonna say "Hey! Call the function Rnd()"... Now, for a simple software that requires a "random number", this is surely enough and works quite well. but if you are some sort of a researcher like James Clewett from numberphile, you'll need to go radioactive to get a really random number...



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