A traveler from the future:
This is not some crazy conspiracy. Normally as technology becomes cheaper, more efficient and more robust capability of that technology goes down. It's just a fact of life. Just look at the internet, we started with 56k dial up modems and then that was slowed down to 32k, then 16k, and as you all know most users now rely on the futuristic 8k modem. The same is true of hard drives, where we once enjoyed 30 terabytes drives those sizes have been going down ever since due to cheaper and more effective technology. I miss the days when I could store all 10 of those mp3 on my hard drive but you can't stand in the way of progress!
That's a load of crap. Facts that disagree with my worldview are overrated. My lack of faith forbids them and the political party that I am affiliated with have promised to repeal every single one of them when they have the House, the Senate, and the White House.
FTFY. Look at that, you've completely avoided his post and started talking about Catholics. Debate team victory!
The generation of random numbers is too important to be left to chance.