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wakka wrote:How can something be ''random enough''
Something is random, or something is not random. It's impossible to say that the cubes are random 'enough' because then the won't be random at all...
Btw, I think the dice are random.
TheSaxlad wrote:The Dice suck a lot of the time.
And if they dont suck then they blow.
whitestazn88 wrote:i still call them dice...
e_i_pi wrote:I particularly like the fact that this thread both embraces and fosters the idiotic minority public opinion of the dice not being random, while also ignoring the fact that an ungodly amount of analysis has been done into the dice showing that they are random. Bravo.
Can this be merged with the Elvis is not Dead thread pls?
e_i_pi wrote:I further dispute the term "random enough".
jship wrote:also one must look at the memory effect of computers, this has been studied and proven. the memory effect is that if you do alot of small attack (2-1, 1-1, 3-2 etc.) then one expects to lose alot on those rolls(basic probability) then when you go to attack with higher numbers the computer remembers what you rolled before and will try to do the same. its the problem with windows and similar programs, is it the problem? I don't know. I do know if you run a random generator program it will spit out relitively random #, but if that same program spits out a predetermined number of random numbers over and over again than those numbers start to show a pattern.
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