> if you see the least significant bit of 128 consecutive calls to
> math.random, then you can predict the least significant bit of every
> call from there on out.
I think above statement is only half-right.
Above statement is true ONLY if we already solved
the 128 coefficient of LSFR.
To solve for the coefficients, we need 256 calls.
-> 128 equations with 128 unknown (coefficient)