The purpose of the software is to provide a means to the user to reflect on whether there might be order in chaos that theoretically should not be there. If something does exist, what it might be and why is it there is open for contemplation.
The software uses live-generated true random numbers to address a user-specified database to generate a random English sentence with random English words. The number of unique answers per database is greater than 10^30.
Using the software, you can ask a question from the chaos. The hash of this question is sent to a server which is listening to radio waves on an unused frequency. The server uses this live data to generate evenly distributed true random numbers. These numbers are used to index the selected database for a sentence type and a word of each type belonging to the sentence. The response you get is unique and with no elements of predetermination.
It is usual that the response you get does not answer your question. It might touch the subject by a word, synonym, or sentence structure, but this is in no way guaranteed. The use of Wikipedia, google and a dictionary is advised where necessary. Please see also the website http://www.gaiafm.org/.
The databases consist of Buddhist, Christian, Islamic and non-religious texts, separated into their own entities. The database can be selected using the 'Alignment' option in the user interface.
To be able to use the software, your clock must be set within two hours marginal from the correct time of the defined timezone of your phone. This information is used to establish communication with the server.
The software is freeware.
Questions are NOT registered.
- 13.4 MB
- Release Date:
- Ilkka Pelkonen
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