Thanks very much for your tool.
I also think that 'things fall' in a spherical fashion, more like a torus shape- think
apple, snail, heart or even our helical DNA. Kind of poetically appropiate that
the mechanical lotto drawings are wheeled or 'spiralized'. No accident at all.
Everything in the natural universe is shaped in one of the five platonic solids, with
the sphere and the cube being the most dominant. Have you tried using the cube or
tetrahedron as your formula template?
I have been thinking along the lines you have, about phase shift, and trying to
determine what the degree phase shift is from mid-day to evening, evening to
midday or mid to mid and evening to evening. Also thinking that it had to do with the
last draw, and both of the draws before the last. Can't put it all together though, but
I will. Concerning The Duke, what do you think about adding 1+1+1 or 1-1-1 to your
final results to account for human error and game mechanics that interfere when the
numbers fall? After all it doesn't take place in a vacuum.
Lastly get the book, ANCIENT SECRETS OF THE FLOWER OF LIFE- BOOK 1 AND BOOK
2. They are by Drunvalo Melchizedek. You will be wowed, and they will certainly help
to very possibly provide most of the missing pieces. I promise you, you will not be
dissapointed. He will address human DNA, pi, fibbionaci, vesica pesci, etc... Its
erudite, accesible, and coherently thorough. For example he demonstrates how
scholars mistake the Golden Mean Spiral for the Fibbonaci Series. Although
similar,The Golden Mean Spiral is infinite, and Fibbonaci Series is finite. The Golden
Mean Spiral is perfect and would go on forever if it could play out in nature. Nature
though has a hard time grappling with the concept of forever (Somehow when things
play out in nature its a little different. On a side note maybe thats why it might work
to slightly-just slightly-tweak results from the Duke).
What fibbonaci observed was nature's approximation or solution to the Golden Mean
Spiral conundrum. That's just a slight tidbit of what the book offers. he also provides
a lot of proof. What I also like about the book is that one he can't provide proof, he
will call his theory 'speculation' or 'my feeling is that...' Got to read Book 1 first
though. You will water at the mouth. Anyway... again, thanks for your program