Summary: In this meeting, the participants discuss the use of epic time for generating random numbers and its potential security risks. Epic time is commonly used as a seed for random number generators, but using it directly may lead to collisions. Instead, the participants suggest using epic time as a baseline and adding additional layers of randomness or calculations to reduce collisions. They acknowledge that the epic time in milliseconds is a huge number but emphasize the importance of introducing some scope for variation. The meeting also briefly touches on cryptography and the challenges of working with no code. One participant mentions that their issue has been resolved and they have other tasks to focus on. They appreciate the question about epic time as it might be a common concern for others.