There is a perfect software program that can answer "everything" you ask. Can this software program predict a posible non-existent random choice (of 2 objects) in the past chosen by another perfect software program that answers competely random? The choice is completely random but it never occurred in the past, so its a prediction about how randomness would behave in the past. I think that if this software program know this answer, the choice wouldn't be random, because the choice is predetermined, known. BUT this would occur if the prediction is before the choice: Is this also right if the prediction is after the choice (that, remind it was never produced)? Would this program predict right?