jasoneppink, this totally sounds like a Conflux project.

]]>The photo above is quite beautiful and haunting, BTW. Good stuff, Gavin person!

]]>Thumbs up for randomness.

]]>In 1-D, a random walker will eventually (probability 1) return to his starting point. In 3-D, there is a probability that he never will, even if he takes infinitely many steps. I don’t know the answer for 2-D though. If this walker walked forever, not just an hour, would he be certain of eventually getting home?

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eventually you narrow your options to the point that a decision becomes easier.

]]>how does a single coin flip let you decide

The author explains:

Heads means left, tails means right. If itâ€™s a four-way intersection, then two heads means left, two tails means right, and one heads and one tails means keep going straight.

My personal favourite method is to pick a person (or vehicle) ahead of me, and turn in the opposite direction to them/it.

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