@gizmotron You're not reading what I wrote. This is not based on observations, this is based on how PRNGs actually work internally. There is no "confirmation bias". All RNGs use a sparse internal state and when that internal state becomes full of zeros there is not enough binary 1's left to mix to generate a quality output. I'm not talking about zeros being output, I'm talking about the outputs have coherence that takes a long time to recover and become decoherent. Read up on Linear Congruential Generators and stop being a moron.