6:01 pm

April 9, 2009

http://www.nature.com/nature/j.....09008.html

Here, inspired by earlier work on non-locality-based and device-independent quantum information processing, we show that the non-local correlations of entangled quantum particles can be used to certify the presence of genuine randomness.

Unfortunately, the full article isn't free..here is the abstract:

Randomness is a fundamental feature of nature and a valuable resource for applications ranging from cryptography and gambling to numerical simulation of physical and biological systems. *Random numbers, however, are difficult to characterize mathematically1, and their generation must rely on an unpredictable physical process2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Inaccuracies in the theoretical modelling of such processes or failures of the devices, possibly due to adversarial attacks, limit the reliability of random number generators in ways that are difficult to control and detect. Here, inspired by earlier work on non-locality-based7, 8, 9 and device-independent10, 11, 12, 13, 14 quantum information processing, we show that the non-local correlations of entangled quantum particles can be used to certify the presence of genuine randomness. It is thereby possible to design a cryptographically secure random number generator that does not require any assumption about the internal working of the device. Such a strong form of randomness generation is impossible classically and possible in quantum systems only if certified by a Bell inequality violation15. We carry out a proof-of-concept demonstration of this proposal in a system of two entangled atoms separated by approximately one metre. The observed Bell inequality violation, featuring near perfect detection efficiency, guarantees that 42 new random numbers are generated with 99 per cent confidence. Our results lay the groundwork for future device-independent quantum information experiments and for addressing fundamental issues raised by the intrinsic randomness of quantum theory.*

"it is easy to grow crazy"

2:23 am

September 19, 2009

We live in a pixelated reality simulation.

Hopefully it is a naturally created fractal simulation and the multiverse is not a program running on God's lap-top computer ðŸ˜¯

Can fractals generate all of mathematics?

Why does the Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio appear throughout the Universe at all scales, from the formation of galaxies to the structure of DNA?

Randomness appears to be the descriptive complexity of a data structure such, that description of the structure takes more bits of information than what appears to be contained in the structure itself.

In that respect, we live in a random world due to the inability for humans to create a description of reality that is perfectly isomorphic with reality.

An interesting way to generate random numbers?

http://www.random.org/integers/

*"This form allows you to generate random integers. The randomness comes from atmospheric noise, which for many purposes is better than the pseudo-random number algorithms typically used in computer programs."*

4:45 am

September 19, 2009

8:44 am

September 19, 2009

7:11 am

April 9, 2009

I think God 'plays dice'

seems there has to be a little randomness in order to keep things in motion, right..otherwise things would eventually 'settle'..and stagnate..soemthing like that must be writtne into the basci programming of our reality..just to keep it in continual motion..I'd think

Willie Wonka quotes..

What is this Wonka, some kind of funhouse?

Why? Are you having fun?

A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.

We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams

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