CodeBlackv2 wrote:Cryptographers use celestial phenomenon as random number generators, but common sense tells one that those events have a cause.
Would you call the principles of quantum mechanics common sense?
Pretty sure I was destined to disagree. It's just in my nature.
I'm not destined to disagree with you. I can change my mind at any time.
Only to show that just because we cannot determine the exact cause of an event does not mean that there isn't one.
at1with0 wrote:If there is that indeterminacy, then destiny flies out the window in agreement with what I said (though for entirely different reasons).
Not quite. It just means that the point at which the inevitability becomes realized is moved further out in time.
As for what Bionic is talking about, I hope it doesn't become an Olympic sport.
The only thing that will prove that inevitability you're talking about with the fate of the universe is for that time to be realized.