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Posted: August 19, 2007, 4:49 pm - IP Logged

These are from the book Winning the Lottery In Your Spare Time (With Very Little Money) by C.F. Keller

At the end of the book he has a few pages of "Lottery Ruminations"- I'll post a coupe here and thought maybe we could go fcrom ther and make our own list.

From the book:

We make our best decisions using our left and right brains because both brains are intertwined. The old school of thought about keeping emotins out of the decision making process should be challenged.

 A number's past performance is no guarantee of future results - although, on occassions, past performace has played into the mix, it's not something I totally depend upon.

The first part of the book mentions spreadsheets and how he tracks numbers, but it has a lot in it about luck and frame of mind. 

He says to see his spreadsheet go to oregonpilots.org but I don't find anything like that on the site.

Chapter 5 of the book is titled Lottery Techniques and Strategies- "there's no such thing as randomness."

Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

Lep

There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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    What do you think of the book overall? Is it worth the time to read it (which takes away from doing other things) and do you think you may be better armed for the lotteries now than before you read it?

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      Posted: August 19, 2007, 9:13 pm - IP Logged

      These are from the book Winning the Lottery In Your Spare Time (With Very Little Money) by C.F. Keller

      At the end of the book he has a few pages of "Lottery Ruminations"- I'll post a coupe here and thought maybe we could go fcrom ther and make our own list.

      From the book:

      We make our best decisions using our left and right brains because both brains are intertwined. The old school of thought about keeping emotins out of the decision making process should be challenged.

       A number's past performance is no guarantee of future results - although, on occassions, past performace has played into the mix, it's not something I totally depend upon.

      The first part of the book mentions spreadsheets and how he tracks numbers, but it has a lot in it about luck and frame of mind. 

      He says to see his spreadsheet go to oregonpilots.org but I don't find anything like that on the site.

      Chapter 5 of the book is titled Lottery Techniques and Strategies- "there's no such thing as randomness."

      Chapter 5 of the book is titled Lottery Techniques and Strategies- "there's no such thing as randomness."

      That's correct. There is only Random Number Displacement. Once you verify the deviance, you can the predict the pattern, therefore pridict the winning number about 80 percent of the time correctly. But you first have to do your homework. This is no pie in the sky. Read and re-read the excerpts I've posted.

      But only with the help of the programming geniuses here at the LP, will I be able to launch this so called recovery program on my part, as to re-open this filed subject, which I should have given more credence to....lol

      More to come...lol


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        Posted: August 19, 2007, 9:45 pm - IP Logged

        Chapter 5 of the book is titled Lottery Techniques and Strategies- "there's no such thing as randomness."

        That's correct. There is only Random Number Displacement. Once you verify the deviance, you can the predict the pattern, therefore pridict the winning number about 80 percent of the time correctly. But you first have to do your homework. This is no pie in the sky. Read and re-read the excerpts I've posted.

        But only with the help of the programming geniuses here at the LP, will I be able to launch this so called recovery program on my part, as to re-open this filed subject, which I should have given more credence to....lol

        More to come...lol

        I forgot to point out that this is very similar to how the gravity in our universe works. There is no gravity unless there is mass present. Let me say this again.....There is no gravity, unless there is mass present.What does this really mean? I'll tell ya!

        Just like in the comparison with the Koycerin method, there is no such thing as chaos, just a deviation from the norm.

        SO.....If you have a universe which is void of any material objects, then you would also be void of gravity.

        I used to think that gravity was a source of untapped energy, without end and source, just to be recently proven wrong.

        The deviation I was talking earlier about with the Koycerin method was comprable to the way the universe naturally acts.

        Most people read Einstein's theory of realtivity erroneously. If you do your research, only when planets, moons, stars, galaxies, nebulas, etc... are present, does a magnetic field occur, thus stipulating the deviance needed to find the pattern. See? If there were no material in this universe, not only would you have no gravity ( the deviance) ( Normally without materials in the universe, no deviance would occur, therefore no predictability or probability), but to take it a step further, you wouldn't have any time. That's right,,,,no time. Think about it...if there was no movement anywhere in the universe, there would be no such thing as time itself. Time relies on movement of something, whether it' suns, stars, clouds, moons,  whatever, it takes movement.

        There are no gravitational wells...so to speak...when no matter is present. Einstein claimed that because of these material objects present in space, that they themselves were to be blamed for the cause of the gravitational warping of magnetic fields around planets, stars etc....

        So....All you need is a bunch of material big enough to cause a magnetic field, and thus causing a deviation from the norm.

        Just like the Koycerin method.

        Look for the deviation (RND), find the pattern, Predict correctly.

        That's what observers do at the Puerto Rico dish site...I think it's called Paracebo telescope dish. They continually look for blips...deviations or spikes from the normal chatter.

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          Posted: August 19, 2007, 9:47 pm - IP Logged

          That's correct. There is only Random Number Displacement. Once you verify the deviance, you can the predict the pattern, therefore pridict the winning number about 80 percent of the time correctly. But you first have to do your homework. This is no pie in the sky. Read and re-read the excerpts I've posted.

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          Hey Pac...where are those posted? I'm also interested in a little deviance. LOL !

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            Posted: August 19, 2007, 9:50 pm - IP Logged

            That's correct. There is only Random Number Displacement. Once you verify the deviance, you can the predict the pattern, therefore pridict the winning number about 80 percent of the time correctly. But you first have to do your homework. This is no pie in the sky. Read and re-read the excerpts I've posted.

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            Hey Pac...where are those posted? I'm also interested in a little deviance. LOL !

            LOL>>>

            They are not posted. I couldn't find the original post I made. I had to re-type it here at the LP.

            I can make copies and send them...lol

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              Posted: August 19, 2007, 10:28 pm - IP Logged

              These are from the book Winning the Lottery In Your Spare Time (With Very Little Money) by C.F. Keller

              At the end of the book he has a few pages of "Lottery Ruminations"- I'll post a coupe here and thought maybe we could go fcrom ther and make our own list.

              From the book:

              We make our best decisions using our left and right brains because both brains are intertwined. The old school of thought about keeping emotins out of the decision making process should be challenged.

               A number's past performance is no guarantee of future results - although, on occassions, past performace has played into the mix, it's not something I totally depend upon.

              The first part of the book mentions spreadsheets and how he tracks numbers, but it has a lot in it about luck and frame of mind. 

              He says to see his spreadsheet go to oregonpilots.org but I don't find anything like that on the site.

              Chapter 5 of the book is titled Lottery Techniques and Strategies- "there's no such thing as randomness."

              Since we are making our list of "Ruminations" I assume the "rumination" of long ponderance and discussion, not the counting of large numbers or being overly worried.

              Here is mine:

              "Winning is in the timing,  in order to win, you have to be in the right place at the right time, when this occurs good LUCK happens. 

              Sooner or later, you match the phase of the LUCK cycle and you instantly are in the right place at the right time no matter what the circumstance is, you are going to win.

              You can't force it and you can't fight it, you just have to be there ready to participate and enjoy the moment."

               

               

              P.S. I am pondering how they do that new Heineken Draught Mini Keg commercial, I am ruminating whether or not they watched "Transformers" or something before making it.


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                Hineken Rules......!

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                  Posted: August 20, 2007, 12:17 am - IP Logged

                  What do you think of the book overall? Is it worth the time to read it (which takes away from doing other things) and do you think you may be better armed for the lotteries now than before you read it?

                  Badger

                  It's a very entertaining book, but on the "technical" side, you're not going to learn anything that you can learn here on LP.

                  He has a list of recommnded reading and almost all of it is of the self-help genre. He also talks about Neuro-linguistic programming. 

                  He's also into things like biorhythms, big time.

                  Here's the chapter titles:

                  1. Wining Jackpots: Ralistic Goal or Pipe Dream

                  2. Luck Deconstruct & Ways to Improve Your Luck

                  3. Technological Tools & More

                  4.  Windows Into The Future?

                  5. Lottery Techniques & Strategies

                  6. Syndicate Vs Individual Play

                  7. Celbrating The Win

                  8. The Corporate Psychic

                  9. The Truth About Games

                  Lottery Ruminations

                  Some of the chapters are very short.  The book is 109 pages and the Lottery Ruminations goes from page 59 to page 109.  

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                  Posting the chapter titles has me seriously wondering if pacattack05 didn't write this under a nom de plume!

                  Scared

                  Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

                  Lep

                  There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.


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                    Badger

                    It's a very entertaining book, but on the "technical" side, you're not going to learn anything that you can learn here on LP.

                    He has a list of recommnded reading and almost all of it is of the self-help genre. He also talks about Neuro-linguistic programming. 

                    He's also into things like biorhythms, big time.

                    Here's the chapter titles:

                    1. Wining Jackpots: Ralistic Goal or Pipe Dream

                    2. Luck Deconstruct & Ways to Improve Your Luck

                    3. Technological Tools & More

                    4.  Windows Into The Future?

                    5. Lottery Techniques & Strategies

                    6. Syndicate Vs Individual Play

                    7. Celbrating The Win

                    8. The Corporate Psychic

                    9. The Truth About Games

                    Lottery Ruminations

                    Some of the chapters are very short.  The book is 109 pages and the Lottery Ruminations goes from page 59 to page 109.  

                    PS

                    Posting the chapter titles has me seriously wondering if pacattack05 didn't write this under a nom de plume!

                    Scared

                    Nope! No Don La ploom here...lol

                    Or is it Don Lapree?( Step by step)......

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                      There is no gravity, unless there is mass present.What does this really mean?

                      Oy!  I think it means I need to buy a girdle!  LOL


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                        There is no gravity, unless there is mass present.What does this really mean?

                        Oy!  I think it means I need to buy a girdle!  LOL

                        Ever since I can remember, I had a thing for Jewish girls. Back in the 70s. Her name was Laurie Lubitz in Junior high school, in band. I knew I didn't have a chance because of the football hunk, Mike Levi she was dating. I did hook up with a different one that was as crazy, but not as hot.

                        OY Vey!     Ga Vault!   

                         She was definitely a trip !    She actually wanted an allowance...lol  Plus a moped!!!

                        Remember...I was only 13, getting my own allowance...lol

                        The good old days in Forest Hills NY.

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                          Posted: August 20, 2007, 1:25 am - IP Logged

                          Was that on Lon Gyeland? 

                          Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

                          Lep

                          There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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                            I forgot to point out that this is very similar to how the gravity in our universe works. There is no gravity unless there is mass present. Let me say this again.....There is no gravity, unless there is mass present

                            But if you were observing (anything) then there would be mass present ; namely the observer. Therefore there would be gravity. (Heisenberg, Schodinger) If you are observing from a distance (e.g. Hubble) and looking at "empty" space, it would more be Schrodinger.... You don't know what state its in.....

                            Which is all fun and interesting. However, I still don't see how that relates to a pool of lottery numbers and how they will fall tonight when the RNG spits them out. Any deviation in how the RNG picks the numbers would have more to do with the specific algorithm that that particular RNG is based upon.  Gravity might have an influence on ping pong balls.  I don't see where it would have any at all significance of worth on an RNG algorithm.

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                              Posted: August 20, 2007, 6:09 am - IP Logged

                              Thanks Coin Toss.  You know, at one time I was looking down my nose at things like Bio Rythms, etc...but you know what they say about insanity: it's doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.  And it seems to me that we here have all been doing the same things (using too much logic perhaps) in trying to accomplish lottery wins, and we keep getting the same results: losses.

                              Maybe its time to try the things that "shouldn't work" as opposed to trying to use the things that "should work" but do not.

                              Scary, isn't it? LOL

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                              Answer: His lips are moving.