Deconstructing Randomness as Chaos and Entanglement in Disguise
Carlos E. Perez

I like to get a grip on a concept by formulating its opposite. What then is the opposite concept of randomness?

Randomness is an abstract concept like infinity that exists only in concept and has no physical basis. True randomness is in fact achieved only with maximum entropy, which perhaps only exists when time is at infinity (the same as the venerated Central Limit Theory). In short, never.

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