What says a computer couldn't compute that?Originally posted by kevinalm
Line up a dozen or so billiard balls in a straight line. Aiming along the line, strike the first ball with a cue. You cannot predict the path of the final ball, even assuming a perfect stroke. The difference of a impact of a single air molecule on the first ball can swing the final ball full plus or minus 90 degrees.
That process isn't random. Radioactive decay depends on how much energy the atoms are loaded with.Originally posted by crag2804
Add to that things like radioactive decay ( another truely random process ).
My whole thought is based on that there is no such thing as randomness, and that there's enough computer power to calculate all these things.