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The code has already been broken in the 1930's and 40's. If codes that are 10 times harder than your average JP game, or higher, and have been beaten 70 to 80 years ago, imagine what they know now.

You want proof?, just watch the video. A Polish guy broke a code that was supposedly unpenetratable.

The ones who know about it are keeping quiet. I'm sure their life is in stake.

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    The code has already been broken in the 1930's and 40's. If codes that are 10 times harder than your average JP game, or higher, and have been beaten 70 to 80 years ago, imagine what they know now.

    You want proof?, just watch the video. A Polish guy broke a code that was supposedly unpenetratable.

    The ones who know about it are keeping quiet. I'm sure their life is in stake.

    What on earth are you drinking or sipping OM?

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      that's beacause there's no randomness involved in the code. aweifjweijfaisgjinbiashdf always translates to the same thing. The engima function is always 1 to 1.

       

      On the other hand, the lottery is completely random, so it can never be "cracked". Unless it's proben that there's no true randomness or something.

       

      If you want proof, just look at that 591M powerball jackpot recently. If they could 'crack" the lottery "code", why didn;'t they win?


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        What on earth are you drinking or sipping OM?

        Vodka, Diet Lime Soda, and Weedage.

        Is this not enough proof that the code has been broken? Please tell me what part you feel is untrue.


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          that's beacause there's no randomness involved in the code. aweifjweijfaisgjinbiashdf always translates to the same thing. The engima function is always 1 to 1.

           

          On the other hand, the lottery is completely random, so it can never be "cracked". Unless it's proben that there's no true randomness or something.

           

          If you want proof, just look at that 591M powerball jackpot recently. If they could 'crack" the lottery "code", why didn;'t they win?

          that's beacause there's no randomness involved in the code. aweifjweijfaisgjinbiashdf always translates to the same thing. The engima function is always 1 to 1.

          How do you know the code wasn't changing all the time? They never did specify whether it was or not.

           

          On the other hand, the lottery is completely random, so it can never be "cracked".

          Maybe, but I've just shown an example where hard to beat systems were beaten, only becuase a Polish Mathematician discovered it. How many people do you believe are aware of this and applying this to their everyday methods? NONE i'd say, or maybe a handfull.

           

          If you want proof, just look at that 591M powerball jackpot recently. If they could 'crack" the lottery "code", why didn;'t they win?

          Probably because they don't want to attract attention, so they skip a draw or two. Maybe one is enough to fullfill your financial dreams no? lol

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            Vodka, Diet Lime Soda, and Weedage.

            Is this not enough proof that the code has been broken? Please tell me what part you feel is untrue.

            If a code existed-why do we have only Pedro winning the PB  & this one $590 mil winner from Florida? Do you not think mathematicians would have figured that out by now?
            These are the same people who say Jimmy Hoffa is buried under some Men's room in NJ.

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              Posted: May 27, 2013, 7:53 pm - IP Logged

              Honestly if I had a system to correctly predict the lottery 100% of the time, I'd first win a few large jackpots, then I'd make the knowledge public.

               

              I mean I wouldn't want all the attention if I won the lottery by "luck", because that's bad attention. Jealousy. If I was to develop a lottery system that works

              100% of the time, then it would attract a different kind of attention. I'd go down in history like einstein, newton etc. Be known forever.

               

              And if in the far future they invent a machine that can bring people back to life, I'll be on the top of the priority list Big Smile


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                If a code existed-why do we have only Pedro winning the PB  & this one $590 mil winner from Florida? Do you not think mathematicians would have figured that out by now?
                These are the same people who say Jimmy Hoffa is buried under some Men's room in NJ.

                When I mentioned earlier that mathematicians knew, it didn't mean any mathematician, only the ones in the "Know". Most mathemeticians aren't busy all day trying to figure out how to beat the lottery.

                But again, I must point to the video as proof. They beat it consistently, not just one time.

                Even if it was static as you say, meaning the code never changed, it's still a marvel. But I doubt it was static, that's why it was supposedly unbreakable. Yet a Polish mathematician beat it 70 to 80 years ago. Green laugh

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                  Honestly if I had a system to correctly predict the lottery 100% of the time, I'd first win a few large jackpots, then I'd make the knowledge public.

                   

                  I mean I wouldn't want all the attention if I won the lottery by "luck", because that's bad attention. Jealousy. If I was to develop a lottery system that works

                  100% of the time, then it would attract a different kind of attention. I'd go down in history like einstein, newton etc. Be known forever.

                   

                  And if in the far future they invent a machine that can bring people back to life, I'll be on the top of the priority list Big Smile

                  If I had a system to correctly predict the lottery 5% of the time, I's win a few jackpots(any size) and never make the knowledge public. Wink

                   * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                     
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                    If I had a system to correctly predict the lottery 5% of the time, I's win a few jackpots(any size) and never make the knowledge public. Wink

                    actually, I have a system that can make you win the lottery jackpot 5% of the time :)

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                      When I mentioned earlier that mathematicians knew, it didn't mean any mathematician, only the ones in the "Know". Most mathemeticians aren't busy all day trying to figure out how to beat the lottery.

                      But again, I must point to the video as proof. They beat it consistently, not just one time.

                      Even if it was static as you say, meaning the code never changed, it's still a marvel. But I doubt it was static, that's why it was supposedly unbreakable. Yet a Polish mathematician beat it 70 to 80 years ago. Green laugh

                      Here is a direct quote from your documentary, 3/12, 3:45:

                       

                      "There is no such thing, as a random - a truly random sequence that could be generated by a purely deterministic machine"


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                        Here is a direct quote from your documentary, 3/12, 3:45:

                         

                        "There is no such thing, as a random - a truly random sequence that could be generated by a purely deterministic machine"

                        I've always said there is no such thing as random. Random simply means we can't understand the short term trend unless we study it. Long term trends eventually balance out and are no value to me.

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                          actually, I have a system that can make you win the lottery jackpot 5% of the time :)

                          What has it made you win lately? 

                          The system I use isn't nearly that aggressive, it has allowed me to match 5of6 in Ohio Classic Lotto only once this year which I posted on the prediction board in February.  I'm hoping it will be as kind or kinder again before the year is out which will cover the cost of my playing for this year.

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                            I've always said there is no such thing as random. Random simply means we can't understand the short term trend unless we study it. Long term trends eventually balance out and are no value to me.

                            quantum physicists would disagree.

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                              What has it made you win lately? 

                              The system I use isn't nearly that aggressive, it has allowed me to match 5of6 in Ohio Classic Lotto only once this year which I posted on the prediction board in February.  I'm hoping it will be as kind or kinder again before the year is out which will cover the cost of my playing for this year.

                              Nothing - unfortunately it involves buying 5% of all possible combinations :)

                               

                              but congrats on your win, wow 5/6 is really nice.

                                 
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