|Posted: August 2, 2015, 6:47 am - IP Logged|
I hope ball machines keep for centuries.
If problems occur with ball machines these are peanuts comparing with the problems RNG might bring.
On the other hand ball machines guarantee the "natural randomness" that has its own rules and, in a certain point, it is able to produce patterns and being predicted.
Not with RNG which is artificial randomness, so, it is randomness made by software, whitch is not able to produce patterns, because softwre was written by men and men do not want regularities in randomness.
So, software is written in order to eliminate patterns and regularities, which, by its own, is unnatural because these patterns exist in natural randomness. In summary, it is a mess and confusion.
No system is perfect. And RNG bring even more problems than tradicional ball machines.