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The Implications of Cracking the Code..

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Posted: November 22, 2007, 8:26 am - IP Logged

The force of gravity is associated with dark matter. Conehead

Key digits are 5, 7, 9. 

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    Posted: November 25, 2007, 12:43 pm - IP Logged

    The force of gravity is associated with dark matter. Conehead

    Key digits are 5, 7, 9. 

    or rather more associated with dark energy...

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      Posted: November 26, 2007, 6:22 pm - IP Logged

      Conehead www.physorg.com/news85310822.html

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        Posted: November 26, 2007, 7:01 pm - IP Logged

        Hubble Space Telescope finds ring of Dark Matter:

        www.esa.int/esaCP/SEM5SHV681F_index_0.html

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          Posted: November 27, 2007, 10:26 pm - IP Logged

          Dark energy is more encompassing than dark matter, and  is said to account for 70% of the energy in the universe, while dark matter accounts for 26%. 

          Still, thanks for the interesting articles Lotterologist.

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            Cracking the Code?  CRACKING THE CODE?  Are you folks crazy?  THERE IS NO CODE!!!  The odds of getting the Pick 3 numbers in exact order are 1,000 to 1.  Always have been, always will be.  Every Pick 3 drawing has the same odds for a straight wager - 1,000 to 1.  In other words it's dumb luck if you win.  There is no code, system or whatever you want to call it.  That's why it can't be broken - it doesn't exist.  Take a math course for crying out loud.

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              Posted: November 27, 2007, 11:30 pm - IP Logged

              Dark energy is more encompassing than dark matter, and  is said to account for 70% of the energy in the universe, while dark matter accounts for 26%. 

              Still, thanks for the interesting articles Lotterologist.

              You're welcome, Kola, and thanks for the info. 

              Good Luck! Thumbs Up

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                Cracking the Code?  CRACKING THE CODE?  Are you folks crazy?  THERE IS NO CODE!!!  The odds of getting the Pick 3 numbers in exact order are 1,000 to 1.  Always have been, always will be.  Every Pick 3 drawing has the same odds for a straight wager - 1,000 to 1.  In other words it's dumb luck if you win.  There is no code, system or whatever you want to call it.  That's why it can't be broken - it doesn't exist.  Take a math course for crying out loud.

                "That's why it can't be broken - it doesn't exist."

                You're wrong.

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                  Posted: November 28, 2007, 11:39 am - IP Logged

                  So show me why I am wrong.  I'm all 'ears.'

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                    Posted: November 28, 2007, 11:51 am - IP Logged

                    So show me why I am wrong.  I'm all 'ears.'

                    Backed myself into a tight corner right away, didn't I?

                    I should have asked you: How can you be so certain that there is no code [or a similar phenomenon] present inside genuinely random numbers?

                    Seems a good question from my end, so I *am* asking it: How can you be so certain?

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                      I am certain because I have worked in the Lottery industry for 30 years.  I cut my teeth (first day on the job) on Play 3/Pick 3.  Trust me when I tell you THERE IS NO CODE.  I am amazed at the stuff in this thread.  It borders on delusional rationalization.

                      Just remember, it's gambling.  You are taking a chance.  The odds are always in favor of the 'house', otherwise they (casinos/lotteries) would be out of business.  Anyone can get lucky and win a few times, even hit a large jackpot, but if one gambles, with frequency, in the long run he/she will lose.  Winners are funded by those who lose.

                      Gamble ONLY what you can affford to lose and do it for the entertainment value - nothing else.

                      As I stated, the odds of guessing a correct straight Pick 3 number (3 in exact order) are 1,000 to 1 (000 through 999). If you wager and miss having the first digit you're out of luck. It means you are in the other 900 of the 1,000 that are immediate non-winners.  For Pick 4 it is 10,000 to 1 (0000 throuh 9999) - and so on.  The odds do not change.  They are the same for every drawing.

                      There is no wizard behind the curtain.  As I stated in my first post, if you win, chalk it up to dumb luck - and move on (quit).

                      Does this help?

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                        Tapper7606 wrote:  "There is no wizard behind the curtain.  As I stated in my first post, if you win, chalk it up to dumb luck - and move on (quit). "

                        I agree with everything you wrote about 98% of the time.  Why else would I be hopeful that someday I will win a jackpot?  It's that 2% that convinces me to keep playing.

                        I realize in mathematics there are absolutes, so either 4 + 4 = 8 or it doesn't.  It can never equal 9 or 8.5, but people who play the lottery and thing there is a system or code to crack keep trying to change the laws of mathematics.  No matter how hard you try, you can't get divide anything into a prime number but 1 and itself.  11 cannot be evenly divided by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10.  But 

                        Albert Einstein said   "As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."

                        So that's why I didn't write 100%.  I won't argue with genius.  Smiley

                        Still, if someone said "Here is a million dollars.  Jump off this bridge.  1 out 100 will live."  Would I do it?  Of course not.   So unless playing the lottery kills you, there's always that small chance you'll win before you drown.

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                          I am certain because I have worked in the Lottery industry for 30 years.  I cut my teeth (first day on the job) on Play 3/Pick 3.  Trust me when I tell you THERE IS NO CODE.  I am amazed at the stuff in this thread.  It borders on delusional rationalization.

                          Just remember, it's gambling.  You are taking a chance.  The odds are always in favor of the 'house', otherwise they (casinos/lotteries) would be out of business.  Anyone can get lucky and win a few times, even hit a large jackpot, but if one gambles, with frequency, in the long run he/she will lose.  Winners are funded by those who lose.

                          Gamble ONLY what you can affford to lose and do it for the entertainment value - nothing else.

                          As I stated, the odds of guessing a correct straight Pick 3 number (3 in exact order) are 1,000 to 1 (000 through 999). If you wager and miss having the first digit you're out of luck. It means you are in the other 900 of the 1,000 that are immediate non-winners.  For Pick 4 it is 10,000 to 1 (0000 throuh 9999) - and so on.  The odds do not change.  They are the same for every drawing.

                          There is no wizard behind the curtain.  As I stated in my first post, if you win, chalk it up to dumb luck - and move on (quit).

                          Does this help?

                          With all due respect [and without meaning to appear combative] you would atually have to "prove that there *isn't* a code" before you could make the statement that there isn't a code.

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                            Posted: November 28, 2007, 1:49 pm - IP Logged

                            There maybe no code but observation allows you to make a better judgement over what numbers to select. I've found it's better to search several possible outcomes rather than a single outcome.

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                              Without meaning to put you on the spot pumpi76, I would like to ask you exactly what you mean by the term "code"?

                              I would assume that you mean some kind of intelligible real information present in past random number results that somehow actually allows for the correct anticipation of future drawings ahead of time. Is that the correct interpretation for your particular use of the term?

                              I just wanted clarification on exactly what you yourself meant in using that particular word with regard to the Pick 3. 

                              Also, any of the rest of you who want to clarify what the term "code" means or implies to you with regard to the Pick 3 would be appreciated on my end.

                              Personally, I need the term "code" to be defined more objectively.

                              Thanks much.

                                 
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