the subject is all there is to it. I mean, is randomness a provable property of the integers? can there be such thing as a random integer? to me it seems no IF the "one way function" theorem is disproved. at the same time, what about those wacky isotopes from half lives, ie schrodinger. whats the deal?!?!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Is randomness provable?

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