|Posted: January 1, 2008, 8:50 pm - IP Logged|
I was also "a little" skeptical about it.
Ok, here comes a little history.
I had a higher score for Hotbits (a "RNG" test), it scored : 57 positive hits.
Final score: 57
3.5625 standard deviations
Significance: 2.042268747044712E-4. A score
of this many hits can be
expected by chance every 4896
Since the result is considered Significant enough, there was a possibility of play this number on some Lottery.
Ok, I was thinking about how the New Year was on Santa Catarina (SC state of Brazil). Florianópolis is the capital of the state ( Florianólopis is also know as 'Floripa'). Florianópolis is a small tropical island, their had Oysters that weren't expensive (12 per R$6.00 or maybe R$0.50 per Oyster) because their grown just in six months.
Posted the result of the RPK test on another Forum on the Internet. There was a old result that I previous posted (55 hits) and the view counter was in 66 views, in subsequent visits it had 66 views and later 77 views. The number 81 views was what interested me... After all a old nsb-install-8-1-2 (Netscape) was used in the past!
Sure the stories about rare Pearls, Teeth and others are very much suspicious ... Well, why not try the numbers on some Pick-3 games !?
What's about 8-1-X?
Not a big surprise ...
Ohio Midday Pick 3 : 4-1-8
Illinois Midday Pick 3 : 8-2-1
Iowa Midday Pick 3 : 8-2-1
Also into a subsequent visit on the AOL page from this topic, I voted in the Poll:
Did you know clams could make pearls?
Yes 62% 88,989
No 38% 54,677
Note on Poll results Total Votes 143,666
I was the person number "54,677" that voted 'No, I didn't know that clams could make pearls ...'
Minnesota Daily 3: 7-8-7
Multi-State Tri-State Pick 3 Midday : 7-7-6
Obvious there is a x57 on SC:
South Carolina Midday: 9-5-7
Moral 'of the story' ... get some precaution about histories of Teeth. This time it was only x12 ...