Simularity of Randomness
I recall a time years ago when I was sitting at the edge of a forest looking at a lake. My girlfriend at the time asked what I was thinking about and I told her that I was amazed by the randomness of it all.
Most random things have a great deal of order to them. Though the waves in a lake appear to be random the height and speed, the sound and the color are all pretty uniform. Though the trees seem randomly scattered around, the size of the trees, their height and color is pretty uniform. Those writing tablets that you used in grade school with the black and white patterned cover looked totally random in shape, but the size, number and the shade were always uniform.
I've been to timber tree farms before where the trees were planted in rows like corn or like orchard trees. Though some of the randomness was removed each tree had a randomness of their own. One could tell they were random in their form though not in the placement in the earth.
Though the patterns of the clouds and the stars are random they are ultimately identifiable because of their likeness. Our brains nicely make sense of randomness. We turn random trees into forests. We turn random stars into constellations. We turn random galaxies into the Universe. We turn random numbers into lottery prizes.