Capturing randomness

looking for the equilateral triangle

My current investigation focuses on the seemingly unpredictable nature of events that we call chance. Unlike predictable happenings, their course cannot be anticipated by mathematical models.
I often wonder if events that appear unrelated and random could in fact be the fragmented expression of a greater organisation responding to laws of physics not yet discovered or mathematical equations not yet formulated. It would suggest our current perception of randomness is relative to the limitations of our knowledge and thus questions the idea of absolute randomness.