Quote Originally Posted by Darce View Post
Ultimately, I wonder if even our live manual rolls are random. This is why a precision tool like a computer can't be random enough. If we were skilled enough, we could produce the exact kinetic forces and angles on a die to get the exact number we want every time. I believe it is because of all the variables we fail to control it and this is what makes rolling dice random. So if the algorithm emulates our failures and the correct number variables of force and deflection it can reproduce the dice randomness.
This is why they made dice towers.