During this attention-grabbing e-book, mathematician Ed Beltrami takes an in depth sufficient examine randomness to make it mysteriously disappear. the result of coin tosses, it seems, are decided from the beginning, and simply our incomplete wisdom makes them glance random. "Random" sequences of numbers are extra elusive, yet Godels undecidability theorem informs us that we'll by no means comprehend. these conversant in quantum indeterminacy assert that order is an phantasm, and that the realm is essentially random. but randomness is additionally an phantasm. probably order and randomness, like waves and debris, are just facets of an identical (tossed) coin.
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