On Fri, 16 May 2008, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> It seems to be based on the belief that if you don't know
> what the next number is then it must be random.
What's the basis behind believing certain finite-period mathematical
functions produce random output?
I'm now confused as to what the argument here is exactly.
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