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Old 02-23-2007, 08:49 PM   #1
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Talking Sea Monkey Random Number Generator

If you added a light detecter to a liquid cooling tube and added sea monkeys to the reservoir, would this be a good source of entropy?

Would the monkeys survive or do they prefer cool water?
What would one call the kernel driver?
What are the chances of the maintainers adding a seamonkey driver to the kernel?
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Honestly, i did not understand a thing there, but i tried hard

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This is "Physics Humor"--which can be unfathomable.

But--you can trust him--he's a guru.....


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