What is the definition of randomness “Randomness means lack of pattern or predictability in events. Randomness suggests a non-order or non-coherence in a sequence of symbols or steps, such that there is no intelligible pattern or combination”
In this context it’s very hard to conceive of events if any that can truly be random. In a world where scientist have declared reality deterministic, the word random can only apply to those things that are unknown or uncertain to us. The caveat is at the quantum level, where there does seem to be an inherent uncertainty relating to the position of particle when not observed. That is however a totally unusual and counter intuitive case. I have written about this in my “Quantum Weirdness” article. It has baffled scientists and thinkers alike to the extent that even Einstein did not believe it.
So other than the very weird and unusual case of Quantum Physics can there be such a thing as true randomness. My guess would be yes, but only if we submit to the idea that random and ignorance are interchangeable, and ignorance is absolute when it comes to us mortals.