Consider billiard balls on a table. If one ball rolls into another at a known speed and strikes at a known measurement distance from the center mass, we can predict pretty well the direction and speed each ball will take after the collision. If 3 balls are involved the math becomes much more difficult. If we add spin on a wobbly axis to the equation we get past the point of where human reckoning can compute.
But just because the math is beyond our skills doesn’t mean that the sequences are random. It only means we are restricted to the descriptions we call randomness because of our limitations.
But just because the math is beyond our skills doesn’t mean that the sequences are random. It only means we are restricted to the descriptions we call randomness because of our limitations.