Man: Predictable?

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Hypothesis for Fun: two people with exactly the same brains (same size, structure, anatomy, chemistry, EVERYTHING), when asked to select random numbers, will select the same series of numbers in the same order when they’re in the same environment. In other words, this is to say that brain computation is not really random–given the right tools and a sufficient understanding of the human mind, human randomness or “unpredictability” can be predicted. Well, at least in mathematical decisions like picking random numbers or perhaps random shapes. What do you think?