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Another notch in the butt of the Unified Theory Saturday Night Special

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Last Edited: August 16, 2005, 9:30 am

 

 

 

A while back I posted this under the heading, The Beginnings of a Unified Theory on Number Behavior (Or some other lofty title):


1)  The numbers for all the lotteries are selected from the same energy source, or are all measuring the same phenomenon.  The system is fundamentally mechanical.

2)  The numbers behave individually as single digits, 0 through 9.

3)  When the digits merge with other digits the right digit carries the force, while the left digit drives the affinity selections.

4)  The left digits are usually drawn to select 'mates' as high on the 0-9 scale as is 'possible' within the context of whatever  is driving the system.  Some attractions and affinities appear to be considerably stronger than others and occur more frequently.  But all these behaviors are relatively consistent throughout the pool of lotteries and their histories.

5)  The numbers are the 'players', and they are poor and under-educated.  They are primitive, evidently unaware of post-Grecian mathmatics.  Their behavior leans to 1, 11, 22, 33, 44, 55, etc, or 1, 10, 20, 30, as an example, or 4, 14, 24, 34, while the 40, 41, 42, 43 seems to comfortably work within the same system.

6)  The most effective place to get a general view of what's happening now and what's going to happen with the lottery systems is in the Keno games and their histories where the numbers go highest.

But all this is looking at symptoms and manifestations.  We're examining the engine roar, the torque on the drive wheels, the RPMs, without any understanding of the fuel system and other components.

That flower, or mandala at the top of this entry is a Tilley hat and a pair of sunglasses.  The way we're seeing it as a flower rhymes with the way we're prone to percieve number bahaviors.

Someone's told us they're random.  Someone taught us to think in mathmatics.  We're primitives attempting to understand the magic of an automobile.

Jack

Naturally, a theory isn't much use unless it can predict the future behavior of numbers.  I've been searching unlikely places for examples of how a person might have predicted draws that hadn't happened yet.  I've also been looking for places higher-than-matrix numbers occur on some 'random' basis.  Seemed the Keno games would be a middling good place to nose around.

Here's the latest PB draw:

8/13/2005 1 2 18 37 43 37

Here are a couple of Keno draws immediately prior to that PB draw:

WA Lotto                   
 Aug 11, 2005 12 14 18 20 25 27 29 32 35 37 41 43 45 50 54 56 57 58 62 63
 Aug 10, 2005 7 9 11 14 17 18 19 24 25 30 42 44 50 52 54 57 61 74 75 77
 Aug 9, 2005 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 21 31 36 39 41 45 46 50 56 58 60 67 73
 Aug 8, 2005 3 5 8 10 12 16 20 34 36 41 43 45 54 59 60 63 68 75 78 80

You'll observe the 54/45 high numbers from Mega Millions 8/12/2005 8 37 38 45 54 21, appeared on the draw on the 8th.
You might also notice the 18, 37, and 43 of the PB draw of 8/13 appeared intact on WA Keno on August 11. 
But, while you're noticing that, also observe the 12 on the 11th draw.  If you'll accept the premise that those numbers are behaving as individual digits 0 through 9, you can't miss the fact that 12 is also a 1 and a 2.                   


NY Lotto repeated 37/73                   
 Aug 10, 2005 1 2 5 19 22 32 33 35 39 44 50 58 59 60 64 67 68 70 75 80
9-Aug-05 5 8 11 13 14 15 21 23 27 33 36 42 43 44 50 56 58 69 73 79
 Aug 8, 2005 8 15 16 18 19 20 30 35 38 45 47 52 55 56 58 65 69 73 77 80
       
Just for grins, consider 37 and 73 as the same number.  37 showed three times on two consecutive draws of MM and PB:

8/13/2005 1 2 18 37 43 37
8/12/2005 8 37 38 45 54 21

73 repeats twice August 8 and 9 on NY Lotto.

That's the 'sort of' good news.

But part of the theory I've been banking on is that the lotteries are all intertwined, behaving as a double helix and on somewhat the same timelines.  That appears to be true sometimes.  But take a look at a triple repeat of 32 on PB, and compare it to a similar event on Euro Millions:


Euro Millions       
 Mar 11, 2005 8 12 23 40 43 1 4
 Mar 4, 2005 12 24 32 37 39 7 9
 Feb 25, 2005 3 27 30 43 44 4 8
 Feb 18, 2005 20 21 26 32 46 8 9
 Feb 11, 2005 11 13 25 32 50 4 7
 Feb 4, 2005 1 8 11 30 40 7 8

Powerball
       
1/29/2005 11 16 20 29 41 12 
1/26/2005 5 32 43 47 48 33 
1/22/2005 11 23 32 33 34 38 
1/19/2005 9 18 32 33 49 27 
1/15/2005 21 26 37 49 51 25

Even though Euro Millions is on a weekly draw pattern, and PB is twice weekly, you'll observe there's a similar group of numbers shared by each.

That has to mean Euro Millions is operating as an individual lottery, ignoring the interim draws of other lotteries during the interim between draws.

Well, it seems to have to mean that, anyway.

No way of knowing what it actually means.  Still a long way to go toward understanding all this.

Jack 

Trust me on this.

Entry #183

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