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# Random Numbers Predictable?

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Well, then I suggest you get with someone who could help you put it together and be done with it....! There are a multitude of individuals here at LP that can do that for you..... Not so sure they would want to get involved, but what the hay, you never know..        Good luck.

You know...

It has meant everything to me just to be able to talk about it some in this forum.

It also seems to mean a great deal to me to have been able to introduce at least the possibility of the existence of this phenomenon to the world at large even in the absence of any proof.

Everyone here shows class in not attacking someone who makes so outrageous (and seemingly impossible) a claim.

Thanks for that everyone.

The Quantum Master
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 Posted: March 25, 2007, 4:40 pm - IP Logged

We need to differentiate between accuracy and precision. Accuracy is the degree of a correct matching combination within a finite random selection. Precision is the degree of an exact combination prediction within a finite random selection.

To give an idea of what this is like, think about a person playing N number of combinations or lines for any given lottery. N can be 1 combination to All possible combinations. Keep in mind that no two combinations are alike and they are played on the same draw date-time. As N gets bigger the accuracy goes up and the precision goes down, meaning the person's probability of correctly matching the combination increases but the level of exactly stating what combination will exactly occur decreases.

Looking at your question: "Do any of you believe that genuinely random numbers can be predicted with a 100% accuracy all the time?"

Yes, that is possible, when you cover all 100% of the possible combinations, you will have 100% accuracy.

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Maybe you have the same problem some other lottery players have if you're buying lottery tickets expecting to win the jackpot every time and can't explain why it's not happening.  You're just a gambler that's not very smart.

I have not bought a single Pick 3 or 4 lottery ticket any time after encountering this thing that I cannot explain.

And I never will... not until I am able to predict with 100% accuracy what that evening's results will be.

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We need to differentiate between accuracy and precision. Accuracy is the degree of a correct matching combination within a finite random selection. Precision is the degree of an exact combination prediction within a finite random selection.

To give an idea of what this is like, think about a person playing N number of combinations or lines for any given lottery. N can be 1 combination to All possible combinations. Keep in mind that no two combinations are alike and they are played on the same draw date-time. As N gets bigger the accuracy goes up and the precision goes down, meaning the person's probability of correctly matching the combination increases but the level of exactly stating what combination will exactly occur decreases.

Looking at your question: "Do any of you believe that genuinely random numbers can be predicted with a 100% accuracy all the time?"

Yes, that is possible, when you cover all 100% of the possible combinations, you will have 100% accuracy.

Hello JADELottery.

This phenomenon (sick of the word yet?) has the potential to reveal the correct single 3 digit (or 4 digit) number(s) each and every time constantly.

It's an impossibility but it is real!

I just cannot prove it!

I know, it smacks of being just a little bit too convienent doesn't it? Even to me it does.

If you think that my one heart's desire isn't to prove the existence of this to all of you, you're wrong.

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 Posted: March 25, 2007, 5:07 pm - IP Logged

The movie "Rain Man" comes to mind

Options:

a) Continue to muddle thru the madness one perceives within one's own mind

b) Close your eyes and take the perverbial leap of faith of bringing your thoughts into the real world.

c) Go see a Doctor for a pill to help you forget (as in the Matrix, shall it be the red pill or the blue pill?).

PS: As for level of intelligence, consider this, Albert Einstien, while walking a continous path around the University he taught at during an interview, got lost and had no idea how to get to his office in the University. They were only standing a few yards from the door that had his name on it.

Additionally, intelligence varies according to perspective. For my line of work, I occasionally believe I am very intelligent at it (although some still question that), yet when it comes to working on an engine, I am totally lost.

Use your intelligence as your strength, not a weakness. For what you may know, there could be someone else out there willing to pay you well to provide that as a service to them.

Thanks for that SirMetro.

I found a measure of comfort in your comments.

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 Posted: March 25, 2007, 5:29 pm - IP Logged

Hello JADELottery.

This phenomenon (sick of the word yet?) has the potential to reveal the correct single 3 digit (or 4 digit) number(s) each and every time constantly.

It's an impossibility but it is real!

I just cannot prove it!

I know, it smacks of being just a little bit too convienent doesn't it? Even to me it does.

If you think that my one heart's desire isn't to prove the existence of this to all of you, you're wrong.

Yes it is real, when you talk about accuracy, yes it is. However, now that you stated "the correct single 3 digit (or 4 digit)" it now becomes a question of precision not accuracy. The word 'single' implies 'exact' and exactness is a level of precision.

Your original question should have been more to the tune of: "Is it practical to be 100% accurate all the time?" In that case, no it would not be practical, because you would have to cover all possible combinations.

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Yes it is real, when you talk about accuracy, yes it is. However, now that you stated "the correct single 3 digit (or 4 digit)" it now becomes a question of precision not accuracy. The word 'single' implies 'exact' and exactness is a level of precision.

Your original question should have been more to the tune of: "Is it practical to be 100% accurate all the time?" In that case, no it would not be practical, because you would have to cover all possible combinations.

Hey again.

I'm not sure how to address your point(s) except to say:

The odds of correctly predicting the Pick 3 straight (the correct digits in the correct order) is 1 in 1000 in a single attempt.

That is what I am claiming: that in a single attempt it can be predicted correctly straight and in every single attempt after that.

I am saying that the impossible is possible.

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 Posted: March 25, 2007, 5:50 pm - IP Logged

I have not bought a single Pick 3 or 4 lottery ticket any time after encountering this thing that I cannot explain.

And I never will... not until I am able to predict with 100% accuracy what that evening's results will be.

You don't have to buy any tickets to demonstrate that you really have encountered a phenomenon of being able to predict the winning lottery numbers with 100% accuracy, just post your pick for your state on the prediction board and we all will see this phenomenon at work, but be forewarned that someone may take advantage of your gift and play your picks.  Good luck to you.

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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Hey again.

I'm not sure how to address your point(s) except to say:

The odds of correctly predicting the Pick 3 straight (the correct digits in the correct order) is 1 in 1000 in a single attempt.

That is what I am claiming: that in a single attempt it can be predicted correctly straight and in every single attempt after that.

I am saying that the impossible is possible.

Sounds great! Post some predictions for specific states. Any state you choose.

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 Posted: March 25, 2007, 6:03 pm - IP Logged

You don't have to buy any tickets to demonstrate that you really have encountered a phenomenon of being able to predict the winning lottery numbers with 100% accuracy, just post your pick for your state on the prediction board and we all will see this phenomenon at work, but be forewarned that someone may take advantage of your gift and play your picks.  Good luck to you.

Hi.

That's true that I don't have to buy any tickets to demonstrate it.

But then, as I've said, the problem is I just can't demonstrate it -- I can only claim it and that's an awful position to be in.

However, just making the claim has given me a measure of therapy that I was needing for a very long time.

You know how talking about something can make you feel better? It's like that.

Thanks for the good luck wish.

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Sounds great! Post some predictions for specific states. Any state you choose.

Wish I could!

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 Posted: March 25, 2007, 6:05 pm - IP Logged

Wish I could!

You just said it was possible, so why can't you?

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 Posted: March 25, 2007, 6:07 pm - IP Logged

You just said it was possible, so why can't you?

Hi.

I have been saying from the outset that I recognize that it is there and even what it is doing but that I am having trouble understanding it.

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 Posted: March 25, 2007, 6:09 pm - IP Logged

@Grumple Dumple

I aggree, nothing is impossible. So post three straight numbers for all to see & participate.

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Hi.

I have been saying from the outset that I recognize that it is there and even what it is doing but that I am having trouble understanding it.

Oh, okay. Hope you figure it out. Good luck!!!

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