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As I understand the question it is not

Is everything random?

but

Is anything random?

The second does not preclude the option of some things some being random and some nonrandom.

You only need to point to one randon event to answer yes to the question, no matter how many non random events you can catalogue.

My offering presented a way of working with any randomness more precisely.

Have a nice day.

Is everything random?

but

Is anything random?

The second does not preclude the option of some things some being random and some nonrandom.

You only need to point to one randon event to answer yes to the question, no matter how many non random events you can catalogue.

My offering presented a way of working with any randomness more precisely.

Have a nice day.

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