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  • n  (thermodynamics) a thermodynamic quantity representing the amount of energy in a system that is no longer available for doing mechanical work
  • n  the quality of lacking any predictable order or plan

  • The randomness, uncertainty and unknowability he explores in his art are, he says, demonstrated daily in life by the failure of political planners and strategists to predict, let .
  • Whatever parameters you use for ordering means randomness for some other characteristic.
  • His faith in this divine harmony was what caused him to reject the view that the universe is subject to randomness and uncertainty.
News & Articles

  • Dan Le Batard: LeBron in a quiet bubble with noise all around him
    MIAMI — There is still so much infernal noise all around LeBron James. Sirens. Howling. Nonsense. Tony Parker makes one lucky shot, one-tenth of a second the difference between stumbling fool and Game 1 hero, and this is supposed to mean something outside of randomness.
    June 9, 2013 - Boston Herald
  • Dan Le Batard: Miami Heat’s LeBron James in quiet bubble with noise all around him
    There is still so much infernal noise all around LeBron James. Sirens. Howling. Nonsense. Tony Parker makes one lucky shot, one-tenth of a second the difference between stumbling fool and Game 1 hero, and this is supposed to mean something outside of randomness.
    June 9, 2013 - Miami Herald
Quotes

  • Tim Robbins in FOXNews
    If anything it seems like a random thing, but in randomness there are numbers. And there have been in the past,said Robbins, who said that other voters also were not listed.
  • Dean Baker in The Associated Press
    I would make absolutely nothing of it,said Dean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, a liberal Washington think-tank. "The Northeast is also the smallest region so it's subject to more randomness."
  • Ciarán O'Keeffe in This is London
    Dr O'Keeffe said: "As human beings we're very good at finding a pattern in randomness and related to that we're good at finding faces in randomness. The term for this is pareidolia. First it was ink blots, then things like clouds in the sky and now...

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