Is playing dice purely deterministic? Can each roll be predicted with certainty? LOL, I meant rather than a single deterministic input, the probabilistic infinite number of possible input variations impacting the mathematical processing function and producing variable outputs. Actually I am trying to avoid anthropomorphizing. This reminds me of a technician building the Rover lander, positing that the mathematics for landing on Mars did not have to be just right, but needed to be just right enough. I thought that was a really profound statement. It sounded that there is a certain tolerance and elasticity in the emergence of natural phenomena. Just as the Platonic solids are the idealized models for natural self-organization and pattern forming, never quite perfectly right, but always just sufficiently perfect enough. This can be observed in the fractal growth patterns of biological organisms and the mathematical (Fibonacci) limb and leaf distribution for maximum balance and receptive efficiency.