You could say, then, life would be livable at the speed a person had decided it was livable at. Got that? Life is livable at a safe speed or life is livable at an optimum randomity or life is livable so long as one’s randomity did not become less than or greater than what he thought was comfortable. —L. Ron Hubbard
What is an optimum speed? What is an optimum temperature? What is an optimum color?
The answers are anything but uniform from person to person. For every individual is playing a different game and their tolerances for randomity determine the games they play.
Here L. Ron Hubbard examines randomity from all corners and angles, detailing its anatomy and illustrating why people act in so many diverse ways. Even such everyday matters as choice of entertainment, judgment in regard to good taste, eating, drinking—in fact, virtually everything in life—are monitored by an individual’s considerations of an optimum randomity.
Man has long sought the reasons for the endlessly different manifestations of human behavior. Here, then, are the answers—discoveries about beings that are indispensable to auditors and vital to every Scientologist.