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MonEl's avatar - 24zd6s0

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So the theory of evolution IS wrong?

Try not to get too hung-up on names like random, non random, true random pseudo-random or whatever, thinking about such things is non productive, all that matters is to know what works and what doesn't work, prediction-wise and how to go about it.

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    If numbers and number sets could be correlated to musical tones from various instruments, would a gifted musician with a perfect ear be able to detect random number patterns that our math couldn't?Wink After all, isn't it true that some lotteries give a *ahem* drum roll as the number is being played?

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      Posted: April 16, 2013, 12:13 am - IP Logged

      Try not to get too hung-up on names like random, non random, true random pseudo-random or whatever, thinking about such things is non productive, all that matters is to know what works and what doesn't work, prediction-wise and how to go about it.

      I Agree!

      Only money, well said.

      With lottery, don't get caught up with randomness and theories or pre-determination. Simply do your workouts that work for you and play some lines. That's all there is to it. :)


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        Posted: April 16, 2013, 12:23 am - IP Logged

        If numbers and number sets could be correlated to musical tones from various instruments, would a gifted musician with a perfect ear be able to detect random number patterns that our math couldn't?Wink After all, isn't it true that some lotteries give a *ahem* drum roll as the number is being played?

        Believe it or not, musical notes, even when It may seem like it's the wrong note to the average listener can have what's called a "Poetic License", meaning even though the wrong note is being played within a certain key that forbids it to be there, the "Poetic Licence" can make it justified, how? The right/wrong note at the correct moment, and that's the key. It's sort of like a loophole, but not frowned upon. lol

        There's a DOORS song where the guitarist plays a couple of notes off key, but it fits perfectly.

        It's between 3:41 and 3:44. Skip to that section.

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          Posted: April 16, 2013, 12:24 am - IP Logged

          If numbers and number sets could be correlated to musical tones from various instruments, would a gifted musician with a perfect ear be able to detect random number patterns that our math couldn't?Wink After all, isn't it true that some lotteries give a *ahem* drum roll as the number is being played?

          Maybe you would do better if you just study such things as Low-High, Even-Odd, In-Out, Width, Sums, Last Digits of Sums, Root Sums, Etc.

          You can find all those here at LP, use L.P.'s search engine.

          Did you look at the posts that I posted links to?

          Well can't wait for you to look at the links got to go now it is getting too late.

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            I just figured out how to explain my sense of randomness using an analogy:

            Imagine a giant vat of syrup that you are able to tip over to spill the syrup.

            The dimensions, thickness and pouring geometry of the vat represents the overriding random control element for that particular system; the syrup represents the random numbers; and the way you pour out the syrup represents the control over the randomness.

            I will go to my grave not believing in randomness!


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              Posted: April 16, 2013, 12:31 am - IP Logged

              I just figured out how to explain my sense of randomness using an analogy:

              Imagine a giant vat of syrup that you are able to tip over to spill the syrup.

              The dimensions, thickness and pouring geometry of the vat represents the overriding random control element for that particular system; the syrup represents the random numbers; and the way you pour out the syrup represents the control over the randomness.

              I will go to my grave not believing in randomness!

              The dimensions, thickness and pouring geometry of the vat represents the overriding random control element for that particular system; the syrup represents the random numbers; and the way you pour out the syrup represents the control over the randomness.

               

              But deep within the way the liquid flows is behaving random, even though you may think you have control over randomness because you have the power to tip over the vat. But do you have any control as to how that syrup will flow over? Meaning how specifically every molecule of the syrup will flow over and fall onto the floor? Nope !

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                Maybe you would do better if you just study such things as Low-High, Even-Odd, In-Out, Width, Sums, Last Digits of Sums, Root Sums, Etc.

                You can find all those here at LP, use L.P.'s search engine.

                Did you look at the posts that I posted links to?

                Well can't wait for you to look at the links got to go now it is getting too late.

                Yes I saw the links. Thanks.

                Been there with the filters thingy too.

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                  The dimensions, thickness and pouring geometry of the vat represents the overriding random control element for that particular system; the syrup represents the random numbers; and the way you pour out the syrup represents the control over the randomness.

                   

                  But deep within the way the liquid flows is behaving random, even though you may think you have control over randomness because you have the power to tip over the vat. But do you have any control as to how that syrup will flow over? Meaning how specifically every molecule of the syrup will flow over and fall onto the floor? Nope !

                  I get it...you're from the Moose Lodge, aren't you?

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                    Posted: April 16, 2013, 12:37 am - IP Logged

                    I just figured out how to explain my sense of randomness using an analogy:

                    Imagine a giant vat of syrup that you are able to tip over to spill the syrup.

                    The dimensions, thickness and pouring geometry of the vat represents the overriding random control element for that particular system; the syrup represents the random numbers; and the way you pour out the syrup represents the control over the randomness.

                    I will go to my grave not believing in randomness!

                    Nice... But my head hurts thinking about it. Now it's a discussion about the way how the numbers flip, their surface, vacuum, and all that cool awkward stuff lol.

                    Well, in a pick 3 machine,  there's 3 slots:

                    �Slot 1 has numbers 0-9
                    �Slot 2 has numbers 0-9
                    �Slot 3 has numbers 0-9

                    5 even numbers and 5 odd numbers.

                    Mirrors:

                    0>5
                    1>6
                    2>7
                    3>8
                    4>9

                    Odds are 1000:1

                    Simply take this bit of info and consider that the ping pong balls flip.

                    For example:  NY's Sat. 4/13 Eve. draw 196 created Sun. 4/14 Eve. draw 191.

                    196 + (s/s/m) = 191

                    The numbers simply go up and down and mirror all the time, basically.


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                      I get it...you're from the Moose Lodge, aren't you?

                      What?

                       

                      Is that a new motel chain?

                      I live in Florida, in a house, no motels. What does living in a motel have anything to do with vats of maple syrup?

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                        I'm funnier in Canada.

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                          Posted: April 16, 2013, 12:51 am - IP Logged

                          What do you think about these:

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2362634

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2362642

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                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2364008

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2364074

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                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2365443

                          http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/240717/2365522

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                          By the way don't bother trying to contact LANTERN he is gone to never be back unless somebody hacks the Lottery Post and it is able to get LANTERN's password for L.P. and takes LANTERN's place here on LP.

                          Any P.M.s that you send to LANTERN if hes box is not full by now will never be answered by LANTERN, unless LANTERN is able to get his password back for that I.D. and that probably won't happen.

                          Is that you, LANTERN?


                                                                       
                                               
                                                                   

                           

                           

                           

                           

                                                                                                                             

                          "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

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                            MonEl's avatar - 24zd6s0

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                            Is that you, LANTERN?

                            Hello Ridge.

                            I was.

                            AOL bought "Mailblocks" and I lost that email address and I never changed it here at the Lottery Post, so one day when I tried to change my password to one that was very long the Lottery Post made the change to the new password, but later when I tried to log in with it, LP would not take neither the new nor the old password and since I no longer had the Mailblocks email address I could not try to recover some sort of password for LANTERN, I changed to Laterne and when I sent to somebody a P.M. that had an Internet link on it to some WEb page outside of LP, LP kicked me out of that new Laterne identity.

                            I thought that as a "New member" I could not post outside links, but I didn't know that that would also apply to private emails, besides I first became a member as EXCALIBUR back on 2003 about 9 to 10 years ago.

                            I think that maybe this was my first LP post:

                            http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/74635/136663

                            Since then many people have come and gone.

                            This one is my 4th LP identity, but I liked being LANTERN best.

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                              Posted: April 16, 2013, 11:03 am - IP Logged

                              onlymoney,

                              Sometimes amazon reviewers who pump up a book are selling that book. Just an FYI.

                              Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

                              Lep

                              There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.