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Posted: March 25, 2007, 12:34 pm - IP Logged

Hello.

 

Do any of you believe that genuinely random numbers can be predicted with a 100% accuracy all the time?

 

Thanks.

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    Posted: March 25, 2007, 12:41 pm - IP Logged

    Hi,

    I'm no math whiz but I'd have to say no.

    If it is even remotely possible it would have to be done by some kind of "quantum" computer far beyond our present technology.  

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      Posted: March 25, 2007, 12:49 pm - IP Logged

      Hello.

       

      Do any of you believe that genuinely random numbers can be predicted with a 100% accuracy all the time?

       

      Thanks.

      My idea of 100% accuracy for lottery numbers would be 1 number only for pick 3 or 4.

      Pick 5 and jackpot games would be 1 line only.

      This would need to happen each and every draw for 100% accuracy.

      I really do not think so.

      WHATT

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        Posted: March 25, 2007, 2:27 pm - IP Logged

        *Hypothetical*

        Let's say there was someone alive in the world today who serendipitously makes the discovery that there is an objectively-real phenomenon present within any (and every) given series of genuinely random consecutively-drawn numbers (digits) among two or more columns and that this phenomenon demonstrates that each and every drawing can be correctly anticipated (predicted) before it actually occurs -- and, as if that were not enough -- this phenomenon has an inherent versatility that allows that any number of future consecutive drawings can be correctly anticipated before any of those were actually drawn...

        ... but, unfortunately this person is in the unenviable position of not being able to prove it in any direct way simply because he can't quite sort it out enough in his head (he has perceived the phenomenon occurring but cannot understand enough of its facets)...

        What are his options?

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          Posted: March 25, 2007, 2:30 pm - IP Logged

          *Hypothetical*

          Let's say there was someone alive in the world today who serendipitously makes the discovery that there is an objectively-real phenomenon present within any (and every) given series of genuinely random consecutively-drawn numbers (digits) among two or more columns and that this phenomenon demonstrates that each and every drawing can be correctly anticipated (predicted) before it actually occurs -- and, as if that were not enough -- this phenomenon has an inherent versatility that allows that any number of future consecutive drawings can be correctly anticipated before any of those were actually drawn...

          ... but, unfortunately this person is in the unenviable position of not being able to prove it in any direct way simply because he can't quite sort it out enough in his head (he has perceived the phenomenon occurring but cannot understand enough of its facets)...

          What are his options?

          What would you think of someone who kept winning a jackpot over and over again? When I say over and over again, I don't necessarily mean every single draw, but perhaps once every several months or even once every several years?

          Gonna win.Big Smile

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            Posted: March 25, 2007, 2:41 pm - IP Logged

            What would you think of someone who kept winning a jackpot over and over again? When I say over and over again, I don't necessarily mean every single draw, but perhaps once every several months or even once every several years?

            I believe it is possible to do just that, but I would start with the Pick 3 and 4 type games first.


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              *Hypothetical*

              Let's say there was someone alive in the world today who serendipitously makes the discovery that there is an objectively-real phenomenon present within any (and every) given series of genuinely random consecutively-drawn numbers (digits) among two or more columns and that this phenomenon demonstrates that each and every drawing can be correctly anticipated (predicted) before it actually occurs -- and, as if that were not enough -- this phenomenon has an inherent versatility that allows that any number of future consecutive drawings can be correctly anticipated before any of those were actually drawn...

              ... but, unfortunately this person is in the unenviable position of not being able to prove it in any direct way simply because he can't quite sort it out enough in his head (he has perceived the phenomenon occurring but cannot understand enough of its facets)...

              What are his options?

              The above statement sounds like that old phrase..."My friend has this problem"...

              When in actuality it's you that has figured something out but needs to get the knots untied, without revealing it's you.

              I guess I just let the cat out of the bag...LOL

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                Posted: March 25, 2007, 2:50 pm - IP Logged

                The above statement sounds like that old phrase..."My friend has this problem"...

                When in actuality it's you that has figured something out but needs to get the knots untied, without revealing it's you.

                I guess I just let the cat out of the bag...LOL

                "Meow"


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                  Posted: March 25, 2007, 2:53 pm - IP Logged

                  Alright now...let's have it...

                  It's nice to share. Don't be holdin' out now....LOL

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                    Posted: March 25, 2007, 2:56 pm - IP Logged

                    I don't know what to do about solving the thing.

                    It's been tearing me up on the inside for a long time now.

                    I think that the problem is that I don't have any "natural aptitude" for understanding the phenomenon even though I "saw" it.

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                      Posted: March 25, 2007, 2:57 pm - IP Logged

                      *Hypothetical*

                      Let's say there was someone alive in the world today who serendipitously makes the discovery that there is an objectively-real phenomenon present within any (and every) given series of genuinely random consecutively-drawn numbers (digits) among two or more columns and that this phenomenon demonstrates that each and every drawing can be correctly anticipated (predicted) before it actually occurs -- and, as if that were not enough -- this phenomenon has an inherent versatility that allows that any number of future consecutive drawings can be correctly anticipated before any of those were actually drawn...

                      ... but, unfortunately this person is in the unenviable position of not being able to prove it in any direct way simply because he can't quite sort it out enough in his head (he has perceived the phenomenon occurring but cannot understand enough of its facets)...

                      What are his options?

                      What are his options?

                      I am not an excell programmer.

                      If you are an excell programmer work at the programming formula until you get it right.

                      WHATT

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                        Posted: March 25, 2007, 3:06 pm - IP Logged

                        *Hypothetical*

                        Let's say there was someone alive in the world today who serendipitously makes the discovery that there is an objectively-real phenomenon present within any (and every) given series of genuinely random consecutively-drawn numbers (digits) among two or more columns and that this phenomenon demonstrates that each and every drawing can be correctly anticipated (predicted) before it actually occurs -- and, as if that were not enough -- this phenomenon has an inherent versatility that allows that any number of future consecutive drawings can be correctly anticipated before any of those were actually drawn...

                        ... but, unfortunately this person is in the unenviable position of not being able to prove it in any direct way simply because he can't quite sort it out enough in his head (he has perceived the phenomenon occurring but cannot understand enough of its facets)...

                        What are his options?

                        *Hypothetical*

                        His/Her options are to win the jackpot and share the numbers from time to time if s/he feels like it.

                        As far as having to or being able to prove it to someone, s/he should accept the fact that s/he has a gift. That's the hard part, knowing things and not understanding how you know it. It's not always easy under those circumstances...

                        Just tell this someone to enjoy his/her gift and spread the wealth.

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                          Posted: March 25, 2007, 3:08 pm - IP Logged

                          You know... I'm the wrong kind of person to even be trying to solve this kind of thing.

                          I'm only marginally intelligent.

                          I mean, I have no mathematical skills at all -- but what I saw (and still continue to glimpse) does not involve the use of mathematics per se as far as I can tell. 

                          I have no computer-related skills.

                          It should have been one of you to have encountered the thing. I'm sure if any of you had been the one to discover it, you would know how to fill in the gaps.

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                            Posted: March 25, 2007, 3:11 pm - IP Logged

                            *Hypothetical*

                            His/Her options are to win the jackpot and share the numbers from time to time if s/he feels like it.

                            As far as having to or being able to prove it to someone, s/he should accept the fact that s/he has a gift. That's the hard part, knowing things and not understanding how you know it. It's not always easy under those circumstances...

                            Just tell this someone to enjoy his/her gift and spread the wealth.

                            Hi.

                            But the "gift" is the curse.

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                              Posted: March 25, 2007, 3:14 pm - IP Logged

                              You know... I'm the wrong kind of person to even be trying to solve this kind of thing.

                              I'm only marginally intelligent.

                              I mean, I have no mathematical skills at all -- but what I saw (and still continue to glimpse) does not involve the use of mathematics per se as far as I can tell. 

                              I have no computer-related skills.

                              It should have been one of you to have encountered the thing. I'm sure if any of you had been the one to discover it, you would know how to fill in the gaps.

                              I do not know what you are looking at so I do not know what to look at.

                              If I had seen it and If I put it in my blog you may find it there.

                              WHATT