I knew computer randomizers were pseudo-random, it just surprised me how pseudo it was, to be able to seed the generator and come up with the same number every single time. I thought that on a system running multiple processes, the length of time to execute commands would vary marginally to produce a set (3, 6?) of "random" numbers that reliably comes up.
Hopefully the days of truly random numbers on computers comes soon.
Linux, sci-fi, and Nat Torkington, all at Penguicon 3.0
perl -e 'print(map(chr,(0x4a,0x41,0x50,0x48,0xa)))'