Turn sound up - for some reason the sound is very low on this video.
It is from the beginning of a movie called Mr. Nobody.
I now see very clearly where you and jimmy are comming from, Your many looses from
past play have taught you that nothing can be done so now your only hope of winning
anything is in a random event tied to a little luck. Thank you very much for this post as it
really explains much. I guess this is why I believe that I can win because of my past play.
I was a little concerned that the event shown was on a 20 second timer which trained the
bird very well but considering the gray matter involved it only makes since. I just wonder if
the timer had been set to a go off at different times what would have happened. I think that
the birds reaction was very smart. Consider this, Most birds must be aware of the air
currents produced by there wings. When they take off little sticks and debris are moved out
of there place. The bird was thinking that he could effect the door opening by the flaping of
his wings. This was reinforced ever few seconds and became a learned behavior, Many people
are tied to just this sort of thing. It can both be positive and negitive.
I would like you to look outside the box for a moment and don't think of the lottery as random.
I know this is very hard to get your mind around but just try. The order of the balls that come
out will most likely follow the rules for the game. Each ball drawn should have the same chances
of being drawn but this is a myth that many believe because that's what they have been told over
and over kind of like the pigeon in the video.
The way the balls are arranged before and the method and order of introducing the balls into
the hopper changes the chances for each ball. This however has little effect and is not what
I am talking about. The balls drawn will follow some very predictable rules. I know that you
have read some of my post concerning selecting digits. I do not try to predict which numbers
will be drawn but try to build sets based on something as simple as population of digits. In
my game of 39 balls 13 have the digit one, thirteen have the digit two, and thirteen have the
digit three. In a 5 39 game you can expect to select a correct ball at random one out of every
7.8 attemps. You could select 5 balls in a row and match all 5 but you could also not match any.
My logic is very simple if a group of thirteen balls make up 33% of the total then 33% of the balls
drawn will come from this group. The digit 0 is in the 39 numbers only 3 times or .077% and I expect
it to be drawn in .077% of the balls drawn. I cannot predict when each digit will be drawn but I can
make some very good choices based on the digits percent of the population. I find that these stats
follow the the expected values very well. Using many types of data that is based on the matrix of the
game and not on what was drawn last is the method I use. Everything that I use can be calculated
and most all lotteries will follow these simple rules. If they don't then I would question the drawing
as being fair. Most RNG's follow these rules better than a ball drop but each follows very close.
Before the very first drawing I knew what and how many of each I would play in most drawings.
I do track much data that is not number related but is secondary data gotten from filters that show
a bias that is somewhat predictable and is the reason for my success. I don't claim to be able to
get the winning numbers any time I want, I follow the data and play when it shows to positive.
Many days it tells me not to play so I don't.