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# One Way You Could Make an RNG to follow an Equation Output Course...

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Honduras
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 Posted: March 18, 2011, 6:04 am - IP Logged

i happen to read one paragraph of my trigonometry book and it began talking about,

PROPORTIONALITY...

They mention the equation:

W = k *wd^2/L

This made me think of something...The important thing is not the equation but the proportionality...

imagine now that in the 2 i began writing the numbers or exponent of a series [n+3 or n*4.32212 or n+3 - 8 or n+3 - 8a the exponent writing can extend from here to infinity theoretically]...Now imagine that the equation of the RNG was of proportionality...Now there are 3 variables or at least 2 in that equation...Now imagine that each variable was an RNG combination drawing output at a particular time...Well one variable which will be a RNG combination drawing output will lead me to a particular RNG combination drawing output based on the exponent and the equation and the number or ranking number that variable carry...Now imagine that the range of the combination will be a particular course, like a lap course, made of different shapes...You know what that will do, it will create a Random RNG, the only difference between this RNG and other RNGs is that if one knows the equation and the course one will know what will play next on the lottery, what the RNG will spit out next and the minute after that and the minute after that...

I´ll give you an analogy to best describe what i am talking about...Imagine a car in one of those indy course laps...The indy lap course is different in shape and very extensive with different curves, ect...

now imagine that this car has a small telescope in the driver seat pointing out side in a particular angle looking at different spots in the course lap, is always pointing in that angle, the angle cant change....Whenever the driver looks through that small telescope he/she will see one spot/coordinate of that course which translate to an RNG combination, now imagine the drive drives to the exact spote he looked in the mirror when he get there he is in another coordinate [another combination] and whe he leaves that coordination to get to the other coordinate he saw in the mirror he will get another combination/coordinate each time he stops he will see a different cordinate which will be a different combination the combinations/coordinates will look random...now if the lotto range [the indy lap course] is constantly moving re-designing itself that means that the car will get to the same spot a second time and will get a different reading on each ocassion making it a Random RNG, never repeating....

all they got to use is a: porportionality equation and yes the variables can be infinate too...

AGAIN THE only difference between this RNG and other RNGs is that if one knows the equation and the course one will know what will play next on the lottery, what the RNG will spit out next and the minute after that and the minute after that...

about the lap re-designing itself it could be a range where the combinations have a particular order/rank in the lap and they constantly re-design/re-rank themselves  in the RNG...

wrote this because i couldnt sleep...

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 Posted: March 18, 2011, 9:20 am - IP Logged

Good morning Pumpi.

If a random number generator of any description was unplugged immediately after the last operation protected to keep it from generating any random numbers until the next draw hours or days later a person knowing enough about the equation might predict the next number to be generated.  But if any numbers were generated between one official draw and the next official draw for testing the system would a person who knew the equation but didn't know how many times the RNG was tested be in a position of advantage over a person buying a quick pick?

The concerns a lot of members express about RNG might be legitimate.  But a lot of complicity would be required on the part of insiders to make it work.

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 Posted: March 18, 2011, 12:21 pm - IP Logged

i happen to read one paragraph of my trigonometry book and it began talking about,

PROPORTIONALITY...

They mention the equation:

W = k *wd^2/L

This made me think of something...The important thing is not the equation but the proportionality...

imagine now that in the 2 i began writing the numbers or exponent of a series [n+3 or n*4.32212 or n+3 - 8 or n+3 - 8a the exponent writing can extend from here to infinity theoretically]...Now imagine that the equation of the RNG was of proportionality...Now there are 3 variables or at least 2 in that equation...Now imagine that each variable was an RNG combination drawing output at a particular time...Well one variable which will be a RNG combination drawing output will lead me to a particular RNG combination drawing output based on the exponent and the equation and the number or ranking number that variable carry...Now imagine that the range of the combination will be a particular course, like a lap course, made of different shapes...You know what that will do, it will create a Random RNG, the only difference between this RNG and other RNGs is that if one knows the equation and the course one will know what will play next on the lottery, what the RNG will spit out next and the minute after that and the minute after that...

I´ll give you an analogy to best describe what i am talking about...Imagine a car in one of those indy course laps...The indy lap course is different in shape and very extensive with different curves, ect...

now imagine that this car has a small telescope in the driver seat pointing out side in a particular angle looking at different spots in the course lap, is always pointing in that angle, the angle cant change....Whenever the driver looks through that small telescope he/she will see one spot/coordinate of that course which translate to an RNG combination, now imagine the drive drives to the exact spote he looked in the mirror when he get there he is in another coordinate [another combination] and whe he leaves that coordination to get to the other coordinate he saw in the mirror he will get another combination/coordinate each time he stops he will see a different cordinate which will be a different combination the combinations/coordinates will look random...now if the lotto range [the indy lap course] is constantly moving re-designing itself that means that the car will get to the same spot a second time and will get a different reading on each ocassion making it a Random RNG, never repeating....

all they got to use is a: porportionality equation and yes the variables can be infinate too...

AGAIN THE only difference between this RNG and other RNGs is that if one knows the equation and the course one will know what will play next on the lottery, what the RNG will spit out next and the minute after that and the minute after that...

about the lap re-designing itself it could be a range where the combinations have a particular order/rank in the lap and they constantly re-design/re-rank themselves  in the RNG...

wrote this because i couldnt sleep...

let me explain it better for last night i was sleepy...

When i say proportionality another word you can use to explain is is, CORRESPONDANCE which i think is what a function is in mathematics...my book said, proportionality but another word for it I THINK is correspondance, i think they were trying to be more clear explain it better...

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 Posted: March 18, 2011, 1:19 pm - IP Logged

Pumpi:  Is there any evidence anywhere to support the belief the output of an RNG is in any way different than it would have been if the draw had been a dropped set of balls?  If there is no evidence to support the belief contained in the countless thousands of individual draws of each type isn't a stretch to assume your equation would work on an RNG but not on dropped balls if it worked at all?

On the other side, if there is evidence a difference between the product of dropped balls and RNGs exists, what is that difference and how is it demonstrated in the body of histories of lottery draws?

Almost any equation applied to lottery draws of any sort will show historical cycles, patterns, statistical anomalies and seemingly strong evidence future draws can be predicted by past results.  Something as simple as following a history of draws down as far as you care to go to the right of the decimal of pi will produce a sorting pattern suited to build hope.

But those patterns and cycles are being studied and applied by members of lottery post.  Almost any system being talked about today is able to predict the draw yesterday or last night, whether the draw was RNG or dropped balls.

If you arrive at an equation allowing you to predict one that happened only an hour ago it will be an improvement.

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