For games and raffles and a variety of other events, random number generators are often used to determine the fate of certain individuals. However, many of the random generators are only pseudo-random, using a mathematical formula that can be predicted. For most purposes, this seems to work fine, but uncovering true randomness is a bit trickier.
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The Random.org website offers a random number generator that was developed in 1998 and still provides people with truly randomized numbers. In fact, it is so popular that it has generated 1.28 trillion random bits of data for internet users worldwide. Whether for gambling, lists, or some other use, this random generator can help you immensely.Featured photo credit: Colorful dices background via Shutterstock