# Would truly random events be strictly equivalent to events without a cause?

In the Copenhagen interpretation of Quantum Mechanics the answer is no, not all random behavior is uncaused. Stripping out the negatives: we know that some behavior is caused by other effects, but still truly random.

## Can an event be truly random?

A random sequence of events, symbols or steps often has no order and does not follow an intelligible pattern or combination. Individual random events are, by definition, unpredictable, but if the probability distribution is known, the frequency of different outcomes over repeated events (or “trials”) is predictable.

## What is truly random in the universe?

Specifically, because the state of the Universe at any given time “t” is, itself, infinite, there are an infinite number of potential causes for an event. Thus, every event is Random because there are an infinite number of potential causes for any event.

## Is there such thing as true randomness?

Therefore, the result of an experiment only exists if the experiment is actually done. Therefore, you can’t predict the result of the experiment before it’s done. Therefore, true randomness exists.

## What does it mean if an event is random?

Random event/process/variable: an event/process that is not and cannot be made exact and, consequently, whose outcome cannot be predicted, e.g., the sum of the numbers on two rolled dice.

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## Is a random number generator truly random?

Random number generators are typically software, pseudo random number generators. Their outputs are not truly random numbers. Instead they rely on algorithms to mimic the selection of a value to approximate true randomness.

## Are there random events in the universe?

But nothing in the natural universe is truly random, because everything is predetermined by some other thing. This concept of randomness has made its way into science and politics, and it misleads people to make false assumptions about the world.

## Does random mean equal probability?

Randomness does not mean equal probabilities of occurrence for each element of a sample space (of a set of outcomes). An event is random if its outcome is unknown beforehand, in the simplest terms.

## Is random variable same as event?

an event can happen or not whereas a random variable can have multiple outcomes.