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# New breakthrough prediction system

Topic closed. 415 replies. Last post 13 years ago by visiondude.

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To all the critics:

Trashing new theories and systems without researching them is cheap and easy ! It is the work of fools who speak before they think.

At least I have the guts to stand up for a test. How many have done this before me? tell me?

So give me a break, will you.

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>Thomas: different sources of entropy produce different results. That's true. Bottomline is that although the results may differ, they are in fact the same.<

Bottomline is that little green elves actually pick the balls.

The statement above isn't meant to be rude. It's just to prove a point. Making a general statement like you did is pointless without proof. Strokes of a keyboard, radioactive decay, or a lottery drum are different sources of entropy, they produce different results, so how can they be the same.

Okay, now I believe you can predict lottery numbers

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Thomas:

1 + 1 = 2 and 23 + 1 = 24

The results are different but the process is the same.

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That makes a lot of sense.

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>Thomas:

1 + 1 = 2 and 23 + 1 = 24

The results are different but the process is the same.<

And exactly what does this have to do with your program.? Or good sources of entropy? I understand what you are trying to say about your program. What I am saying is that you can't find a good source of entropy that matches the forces involved in a lottery drawing. And I think you know this.

Okay, now I believe you can predict lottery numbers

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The forces involved with any kind of entropy are exactly the same forces.

If you drop an apple, or you drop a brick. It's always gravity + air friction that is going to dictate the result. The results will differ, but the process is always the same.

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That may be true Thomas but atleast he's giving it a try

so wait and see what his program can do before you put it down.People didn't believe a lot of things could be done where science and technology are concerned but someone proved them wrong with innovative ideas and a different approach.They succeded so only time will tell whether GURU does or not and I'm willing to wait and see if he does quietly and if he doesn't than Oh Well I still have my own ideas to work with.

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Thanks Pick-4

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No problem, all this controversy over your program just reminds me of all the Scientists who had these off the wall ideas or new inventions that were put down and scorned but they kept working on them anyway.And when they accomplished there goal those same critics were praising them or they shut there mouths out of embarrasment because they were the ones making the BIGGEST noise about how this or that could not be done.

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If any of you had seen what I already saw, I'm sure you would all be convinced. The problem is, if I tell too much of my theory, others may claim the trophy.

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I can't blame you all for b

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>If you drop an apple, or you drop a brick. It's always gravity + air friction that is going to dictate the result. The results will differ, but the process is the same.<

The results will differ. But don't you want the results to be the same? It wouldn't be much good if the results from your program is different from the actual draw.

Okay, now I believe you can predict lottery numbers

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Quote: Originally posted by Guru on September 14, 2003

If any of you had seen what I already saw, I'm sure you would all be convinced. The problem is, if I tell too much of my theory, others may claim the trophy.

What make you think if anyone saw what you saw or knew more about your theory, they could claim a trophy or be a lottery winner?  You haven't won anything and it unlikely that anyone else can do any better with your theory.  I'm sure if there was anything to what you have been saying, you wouldn't be talking, you would be spending your winnings.  You sound more like a salesperson than a winner.

RJOh

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Thomas:

the results of my program are dictated by it's process (wich is always the same)

So if you have a 6/40 lotto or a 6/60, the process will find the results that go with the kind of lottery it is predicting for.

Think and read carefully before you type Thomas.

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I guess you don't understand what I am saying, I will use one of your examples. 1 + 1 = 2, 23 + 1 = 24. Let's call the numbers 1 and 23 sources of entropy, as you can see, the process is the same, but the results are different because the sources of entropy are different. In a lottery system program you want the results to be the same. But this is not gonna happen. Unless your source of entropy is exactly like the forces in a lottery drum. And unless you have some crypto hardware attached to your computer, you have a very bad source of entropy for your RNG.

Okay, now I believe you can predict lottery numbers

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