# P vs. NP via psuedo-random number generators [duplicate]

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P vs. NP and Pseudorandom Bit Generators

Hello again , and thank you all for making this website a great vehicle for knowledge exchange. So my question is , are you trying to tell me that all I have to do is design a psuedo-random number generator that puts out a random bit stream such that no analysis of the output bits can ever have any correlation at all to the imput bits(a one way function) and I can win a million dollars? You got to be kidding me , right? I have to say right off the bat that I know nothing about computer science but I do know a little bit about electronic design and I must confess that this does not seem to be that difficult. I will have a design for

## marked as duplicate by M.S. Dousti, Kaveh, Dave Clarke, Hsien-Chih Chang 張顯之, Suresh VenkatNov 16 '10 at 9:39

• "I have to say right off the bat that I know nothing about computer science ... and I must confess that this does not seem to be that difficult. I will have a design for ". Please read the FAQ. Crank-friendly topics like speculative proof attempts on $P$ vs $NP$ are NOT welcome. I am going to vote to close the other question also as off-topic for this site. – Kaveh Nov 16 '10 at 9:16