It seems to me that all existing sequences must be non-random. Although irrationals like π have no known pattern, they can be expanded through repeatable method. When π is expanded, it always produces the same sequence.

In the simplest terms ‘randomness’ is an event, or measure of something not determined. If something is measured, then it is determined, not random.

Thus, randomness may only exist in action. Action is a relationship comprising some undetermined state.

Therefore, time is an essential component of randomness.


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