RANDOMITY, 1. the amount of predicted and unpredicted motion a person has, in ratio. He likes 50/50. (PAB 30) 2. the degree of randomity is measured by the randomness of effort vectors within the organism, amongst organisms, amongst races or species of organisms or between organisms and the physical universe. (Scn 0-8, p. 79) 3. a component factor and necessary part of motion, if motion is to continue. The three degrees of randomity consist of minus randomity, optimum randomity, and plus randomity. (Scn 0-8, p. 79) 4. the misalignment through the internal or external efforts by other forms of life or the material universe of the efforts of an organism, and is imposed on the physical organism by counter-efforts in the environment. (Scn 0-8, p. 78)
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