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> Every time somebody tries to point to an example of a ?topic that is > beyond the reach of science?, it seems to get knocked over eventually. Generate a sequence of "random" bits from your favorite physical source (radioactive decay, quantum entanglement, or whatever). Is the sequence really algorithmically random (like in Kolmogorov randomness)? This is scientifically unknowable. To check the randomness you have to solve the halting problem.

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