If our universe is indeed sampled from the speed prior S,
then we might well be able to discover the algorithm for the
apparent noise on top of the seemingly simple physical laws
-- compare Example 1.1.
It may not be trivial, as trivial pseudorandom generators (PRGs) may not
be quite sufficient for evolution of observers such as ourselves, given
the other laws of physics. But it should be much less time-consuming
than, say, an algorithm computing the z of Theorem 3.3
which are effectively indistinguishable from true, incompressible noise.

Based on prior S, we predict: anything that appears random or noisy
in our own particular world is due to hitherto unknown regularities
that relate seemingly disconnected events to each other via some simple
algorithm that is not only short (the short algorithms are favored by
all describable measures above) but also fast. This immediately
leads to more specific predictions.