|Posted: March 2, 2011, 10:45 pm - IP Logged|
i was saying that you could use sonar on lottery drawings micro second per microsecond sort of map out everything write an equation for it and win the lottery....
similar to what bats do...
The lottery terminals usually close betting at least 5 minutes before the drawing so there is no way to make a bet based on your sonar information.
However there is still a chance you can use your sonar on a roulette wheel. The good news is it could be used to clock a roulette wheel projecting where the ball should land!
It's based on the position of the wheel where the ball was placed into motion, the speed of the ball, and the speed of the turning wheel. The rules of the game allow bets to made after the ball is placed in motion. Sonar could be used to identify where on the wheel, the speed of ball, the speed of the wheel, and a computer could calculate the results. So in theory a player could make a quick calculation in time to place their bets.
I doubt casinos allow players or spectators to use high tech sonar equipment to clock their roulette wheels but if you have a miniature version that you could hide somewhere on you body, it's possible.
Similar to an old bat I saw getting caught past posting.