A Million Random Digits With 100,000 Normal Deviates
A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates is definitely an odd book, but it is the bible of those in the field of random numbers and statistics.
It is said that a roulette wheel was connected to a computer to make these numbers but the specific sequence of numbers is so badass it was more likely a game of russian roulette.
Here are some of the comments that reviewers have made about this breakthrough book:
Apparently navigators and engineers are just two types of professionals who have employed the tables. If the tables are not accurate, they can have disastrous effects. For example if the sequence suddenly stops being random it could disprove chaos theory and explode the planet. So far, so good. . .
Unfortunately, the book was one of the last few random number books to be published. The development and use of devices with high-speed computing capabilities made these books quite redundant, and pretty much just ridiculous.
Somehow the book got this dude laid:
This audio-book version is awesome for insomniacs:
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