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In the book "numerical recipes" the authors explain that linear congruence generators generate numbers that concentrate on hyperplanes - which looks very much not random to the human eye.
One of us recalls as a graduate student producing a “random” plot with only 11 planes and being told by his computer center’s programming consultant that he had misused the random number generator: “We guarantee that each number is random individually, but we don’t guarantee that more than one of them is random.”
This is so cool that I would like to include it on the page somehow, maybe as a calendar motto at the top of the page. What do you think: Would this be nonprofessional or interesting/entertaining?