I tried leaving this as a reply to Jesse Anderson’s A Few More Million Amazonian Monkeys but the blog comments are broken:
This is fundamentally pointless–there are only 27^9 (a-z and a space) combinations to run through. If you can do maybe 1M/s you can do them all in ~62 days. A better question is why, unless you hate the universe and want to spend our computational power producing entropy?
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