|Posted: March 17, 2007, 1:03 pm - IP Logged|
Hi everyone,I don't know about you but does anyone really buy into the notion of the "stars" will provide the next pick six or seven lottery winning numbers.As well as how can anyone believe in the "statistical analysis" method? Along with the all too favorite "probability method".In my opinion, these are hypothetical notions.Simply put if you play a given range of numbers on a full or abbreviated wheel you will win.How can anything or anyone possibly predict the touchy feely or star like aberration of numbers which will fall.Forgive me I'm trying not to be negative; I'm just making a comment. I don't want anyone ripped off by someone who can promise the "stars".I welcome additional comments to prove my point. Kind regards to allBonesy
Personally, I don't believe that Astrology can consistently give you winning numbers. At least not to the extent that it will inexplicitly overcome the laws of probability. What I mean is that, if your Astological number picking system gives you five no-match Pick 3 numbers to play boxed for every drawing, then you will only win about 3% of the time, which is the probability of any five boxed numbers winning.
Statistics and probability go hand in hand. Statistics, as applied to the lottery, is more a measure of how probabilities have performed rather than being its own entity. Like the Astrological method of choosing numbers, playing the probabilities normally only allows you to win at a rate that is equal to the probability itself.
The different between Atrological and Probability based number picking is that one who knows the true probabilites also realistically knows his or her true chance of winning.
I can't speak for those who use Astrology (as I know very little about it), but as far as statistics and probability is concerend, there is more than hypothetical notions involved.
~Probability=Odds in Motion~