|Posted: September 4, 2012, 11:37 pm - IP Logged|
I am in too!! It would be interesting to play the superstrings of alternate realities creating rippling affects that drop down into the subconsious randomization of lottery balls.
Although at times playing 5 numbers in a row can be a good strategy and can easily trap 3 or 4 numbers, which is a small prize.
Here is my dollar!
Ok, I got two bucks, anyone for 3?
The number 3 is a magical and spooky number, especially at a distance. The farther you hold it out it looks like an 8.
This happens due to the flux capacity during the phase diameter inference I mentioned earlier. A dynamic preponderance of the evidence may not be useful with this case, but nevertheless, one of many superstring anomolies, specifically the triangular "distortion field" theory, may pose an erroneous result when merged. But I digress. It's a de-randomization process I will elaborate on later. For now, an A-systematic fluctuation needs to be represented here as far as the Quantum algorithms are concerned.