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Author Topic: Randomness in a voting governance process is a lie..  (Read 6 times)
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September 01, 2018, 09:38:34 PM
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Why is it impossible to produce truly random numbers?
https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/124233/why.

To have randomness in a governance blockchain it cannot be done      you need to eliminate the person from ever voting again for your voting system to work..
No matter what the person voting could win the vote 5 times on the run   then people will think it's fixed ..

Just imagine even if we all know by random computer picks that it's not fixed   the person setting up the vote could fix it THEN say that's how it rolls  and we would all think YES that's how random computer picks work ..

So is random computer voting really any good?..
Imagine in real GOVERNANCE the governments could rig the elections and we would all say oh well that's how computer picks work Shocked..

If the randomness is for games and what not then all good BUT some things cannot have someone getting voted again and again like POLITICS .
So if your building a governance blockchain you need to think   how can we stop someone getting voted in again..


To get a different outcome with computer randomness is impossible ..
The best randomness is this below..

Electronic RF Radio Frequency Noise - radio-electronics.com
https://radio-electronics.com/info/rf-technology-design/noise/...

And you still wont get randomness     SO the only way i can think is you eliminate the person from ever voting again the only way it can be done..

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