Developers tried doing that for iPhone. What they learned was: users fucking hate web apps.
Near-to-infinite number of conditions mean they are predictable, they just immeasurably hard to predict.
Just a little fix : I mean small differences cause yield widely diverging outcomes, but "yield widely diverging outcomes" is predictable !
Planck length : Because of the tininess of the Planck length (about 1020 times smaller than the diameter of a proton) there is no hope of directly probing this length scale in the foreseeable future.
If something goes below Planck length, it's not predictable because it disapear (simplfication) ?
Things are (probably) predictable. I talk about an hypothetical situation, nothing provable as is, but it's not impossible.
for a sufficiently chaotic system true randomness does exist.
Chaos is based on this theory : Small differences in initial conditions (such as those due to rounding errors in numerical computation) yield widely diverging outcomes for chaotic systems, rendering long-term prediction impossible in general.
This theory is really interesting but, in this case, you believe in "impossible" ? Near-to-infinite number of conditions mean they are predictable, they just immeasurably hard to predict.
I'm not a specialized in this kind of brain's food, maybe you got some reading for me to show me where I'm wrong.
Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?