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Posted: February 21, 2016, 9:53 am - IP Logged

http://www.sciencealert.com/7-times-mathematics-became-art-and-blew-our-minds

I love this stuff -- especially the "snow art" and the "Mars landing" art.  Fabulous!

Not that this has anything to do do with the lottery -- or does it?  Playing with math to create the patterns that we call "art" has similarities to the ways we play with math to create the patterns we call "winners".

"There is no such thing as luck; only adequate or inadequate preparation to cope with a statistical universe."

~Robert A. Heinlein

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    Posted: February 21, 2016, 2:36 pm - IP Logged

    Fractals are cool,  Thanks for the Views

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      Posted: February 21, 2016, 2:37 pm - IP Logged

      Pascals triangle => combine(a,b), also binary tree.
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      There is nothing about predictions, but educated Romans knew all about the dices. You may get closer with poker or Skat maybe. ... Flip coins, pay yourself 0.5 when a 1 bet won.

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        Posted: February 23, 2016, 12:19 am - IP Logged

        As Above So Below, An Introduction To Fractal Evolution - Bruce Lipton

        The above is the title of a YouTube video that gets into geometry and then fractal geometry.

        That part starts at time index 32:16.

        The discussion is not aimed at lottery predictions - however, I was getting some pretty strong flashes.

        He shows some fractal art.

        He mentions how fractals repeat, but also exhibit chaos.  This was the thought that really piqued  my interest.

        The actual topic being pursued in this video almost led me to post it in the "Mystical" forum, but with this post just showing up, maybe this is the place.

        Enjoy!

        If the universe can be seen in a grain of sand, then why not in a hand of cards, or a series of lotto selection algorithms?

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          Posted: February 23, 2016, 3:06 pm - IP Logged

          http://www.sciencealert.com/7-times-mathematics-became-art-and-blew-our-minds

          I love this stuff -- especially the "snow art" and the "Mars landing" art.  Fabulous!

          Not that this has anything to do do with the lottery -- or does it?  Playing with math to create the patterns that we call "art" has similarities to the ways we play with math to create the patterns we call "winners".

          One of my most favorite books is called, "A Beginner's Guide to Constructing the Universe: The Mathematical Archetypes of Nature, Art, and Science(A voyage from 1 to 10)" by Michael S. Schneider.  It has been extremely useful to me in my Lottery Quest. Mind-expanding quotes from the distant past to the present by the luminaries from a multiplicity of professional disciplines dot the margins of virtually every page and by themselves are worth far more than the book's cost. While the book certainly contains the kind of information you provided in your link, it also contains so much more. 

          Thanks for the great link Tia!

          "In the Beginning was the Point".  According to Lottery Lore, these are the only words written in the long-lost ancient Pick 3 Codex - The Scroll of Harmony. Those who came later, The Lottery LoreKeepers, intuited the rest of the riddle as they charted the Point's evolution through TIME by connecting periods that expose relationships to accurately predict the next draw(7th): "The Point(1st draw) was born, began to grow and in its bold adolescence became the line(2nd draw), knew young adulthood in the triangle(3rd draw), stable maturity by the square(4th draw), older age as the pentagon(5th draw), and eventually embraced death(completion) in the hexagon(6th draw). Here lies the CIrcle(Pi) of a lottery draw's life and it is Immutable, for as the Point seeds, flowers and fruits, it is changed but essentially unchanged, as it forever rises in ReBirth(7th draw)"