Randonautica explained: Is it safe – What is Randonautica?
In the simplest term, Randonautica is a mobile app that gives you an interesting reason to go out and explore your local area. It does this by giving you a randomized (hence the app name) set of coordinates and asks you to go out with a purpose in mind.
This can be anything big, small, or scary, like finding something unexpected or the answer to something that’s been bugging you or breaking out from your creative block.
Once you return from your trip, you are encouraged to share what you stumbled across on the game’s forum. Some people have stumbled across spooky coincidences, which has helped the app gain attention all over social media especially Tiktok and Reddit.
The app is trending on Google trends and other Exploding topics during quarantine and lockdown, as people have been mentally exhausted sitting home and want to do something fun for themselves while other normal business activities have been closed.
However, as people have started sharing their randonauting adventures on TikTok and Reddit, there has been a trend of users having supernatural experiences and crime-related coincidences.
I asked one of a friend about it and this is what she said:
she thinks that it’s designed by criminals
and as you download it and open it, it decides a random place for you to go
It works according to some numbers, coordinates, and intentions,
But it has been taking people to scary sites like crime sites and people found dead bodies.
And also there are people that if they were thinking about getting something like a cat it would take them where there is a random cat that is creepy.
Most people are doing it for fun and its SAFE to use.
WHAT IS A RANDONAUTICA VOID
A Randonautica void is the opposite of an attractor, which means that it’s an area where quantum-points are sparse.
This isn’t a bad thing, however. If a location is particularly void of quantum points, it has a better chance of being relevant towards your intention, seemingly.
HOW TO USE RANDONAUTICA
You can use Randonautica by downloading the app from the iOS or Google Play store. Once it is installed, open it up and you’ll be required to enable GPS and provide the radius you are willing to explore within. You can also select if you want to include a visit to water spots.
After that, you’ll be asked if you would like to visit an attractor, void, or anomaly.
An attractor is a spot the app thinks has the highest concentration of quantum dots, whereas a void has the least concentration. An anomaly is the strongest pick of those two different options.
At this point, think about what you want out of your trip so it may be worth your time and effort. Typically, ill advise you to follow a certain theme. If you have an artistic block, for example, you could go with creativity and photography related stuff.
Finally, hit ANU, so the app gives you a location to go and explore.
WHAT IS A RANDONAUTICA ATTRACTOR?
A attractor is an area where quantum-points are highly concentrated. What that means is that the app would deem such an area highly significant.
WHAT IS A RANDONAUTICA VOID?
A void is the opposite of an attractor, which means that it’s an area where quantum-points are sparse. This isn’t a bad thing, however. If a location is particularly void of quantum points, it has a better chance of being relevant towards your intention, seemingly.
WHAT IS A RANDONAUTICA ANOMALY?
An anomaly is a name given to describe either a void or an attractor. Fully known as an ‘Intention Driven Anomaly’, it refers to a found pattern in quantum number dates. In layman’s terms, it’s an area that’s believed to have been influenced by human thought.
WHAT IS A RANDONAUTICA ANU?
ANU refers to the Australian National University which plays host to the quantum random number generator that provides the app with the data it uses.
For more detailed research behind Randonautica follow the link Randonauting for Dummies
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