Believe it or not, they have a whole thread devoted to how horrible I am.
Here's what silly nonentity Eric Anderson says:
As I pointed out, if Shallit’s bluff were true, he would be sitting on a Nobel Prize right now and would not be revealing the secret in some college computer science class."
My supposed "bluff" is my claim that we know what produces information. But it's not a bluff. Ask any mathematician or computer scientist if they know how to produce information in the normally-understood (Kolgomorov) sense of the word, and the answer is easy.
Any process generating truly random bits will generate strings with high Kolmogorov information with very very high probability.
Don't expect creationists to understand this, however.
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