My friend and I were discussing different role playing game systems. We started discussing the 6000d6 of the Dragonball Z role playing game. He wanted to see them ploted out on a graph. So, I pulled up my favorite statistical programming language R and set to work. After looking at the different random generators, I came across a package for random numbers which draw their numbers from Random.org which uses atmospheric techniques to generate truly random numbers. Well, I plugged it in and generated 6000d6 very quickly. I then pulled up a histogram of the results and I expected to see the normal distribution (or bell curve). Little did I know that truly random die roles are possible and I had to dig around in Wikipedia to find out.
Honestly, I think that I made a mistake and that they do fall into the normal distribution but I am not all that well versed in the world of R to force out that information but I thought it extremely cool that I now have a truly random die roller!