Your post is ironic and a non sequitur from what I posted, but hey, that's what creationists do.<quoted text>
Your failure to comprehend the cause of the effect of an event (or events) is simply labeled random, not because it is truly random, but by the fact that you fail to see perceive the causes that lead up to the event(s).(butterfly effect)
Nothing is truly random in the sense of the word. throwing a pair of dice would be considered to give a "random" number...but in reality the outcome would be the result of weight,speed air density and so forth.
Now the last part of your non sequitur that your talking about is objects or phenomena doing what they do while interacting with random objects and phenomena.
And yes things in this world can be truly random whether we want to understand them or not.
Learn to deal and try to stay on point next time.