Startup to launch new random number generator from space

Udhay Shankar N udhay at
Tue Dec 19 05:03:24 EST 2006

British start-up Yuzoz has announced that it will be launching its 
beta service in the next two weeks--an online random-number generator 
driven by astronomical events.

Working with data from satellites and observatories, Yuzoz will use 
the solar wind, the clouds of Venus, the Northern Lights, Jupiter's 
shortwave emissions and other cosmic events to generate 200 choices 
per second.

While the beta service will use only a single source--the solar 
wind--to deliver a selection of numbers, the full service, due at the 
end of January, will have many more options, including the ability to 
give the site a list of choices and have it pick one.

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