Randomness lacks symmetry; periodicity, evidence of design or order of any kind... when we look at a society we see complexity, a highly complex interdependence and what we don't' see is randomness.
If the human brain is wired a certain way, why would randomness be an outcome of its processing? It would not. How did the idea of randomness get in there? Like a computer hard drive at risk from a hack, corrupt information can get in. It maybe that memories are not localized, not even stored in the brain and hence 'wires get crossed' in the cloud. Karl Pribram's claim that memory is not localized is supported by the idea of imagination, social imagination.
As we can read, Karl Pribram's holonomic model of brain processing is
described in his 1991 "Brain and Perception", which contains the
extension of his work with David Bohm. It states that, in addition to the
circuitry accomplished by the large fiber tracts in the brain, processing also
occurs in webs of fine fiber branches (for instance, dendrites) that form webs,
as well as in the dynamic electrical fields that surround these dendritic
"trees". In addition, the processing occurring around these dendritic
trees can influence that occurring in those trees of nearby neurons whose
dendrites are entangled but not in direct contact. In this way, processing in
the brain can occur in a non-localized manner.
If such dendritic trees behaved randomly then there would be no point to influence any other trees nearby as randomness has nothing to do with the transference of information... because there is no information to transfer; if we are talking about random 'information' ... that's just gobbly guck as in non- sense. So what is the point to share gobbly guck? My point exactly.
Social imagination can seem random in its process but it is not. It may appear that way to a single person 'man' who is not operating as a super imagination but a mere contributor. From our individual perspective, we just don't have the big picture - the bird's eye view of the program.
When someone does something here, someone over there is affected in the social imagination not because of randomness but because of purpose and meaning. There is no disconnectedness and no randomness to man's social imagination.
Werner Gitt, information scientist, director and professor at the German Federal Institute of Physics and Technology, German, knows that all information has a source. Our universe contains digitized information, including our DNA. Gitt posits that its impossible that we are here due to arbitrary events.
Gitt accepts a six day creation because God - the Creator and super source of all information can upload incredible amounts of information in one day (morning - boker to evening - erev) and for us it seems like it has taken millions or billions of years.
Chuck Missler, engineer in aerospace in computer science, informs us, as Gitt posits, that a day is perceived differently in this digitized realm... of the 'social quanutm; especially, when we are talking about amounts of information. How much information comes at an individual daily is huge and almost impossible to imagine dealing with especially if we were to be told each morning just how much we would have to download.
A day, in Missler's research, is referred to as boker and erev or becoming vs. obscurity. It is about order and disorder (information and lack of). As a day passes from the erev 'disorder' to the boker 'order', information fills the space. Each of these 'frames' (day/evening-tonight) of uploads, brings more and more information to light.
We live in a collective conscious of information (coming into our brains in the form of light particles) and those particles of light are governed by an even greater conscious! In Him, we live, move and have our Being! ~ Acts 17:28.
*additional source - Pribram, Karl (1991). Brain and perception: holonomy and structure in figural processing. Hillsdale, N. J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.