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# Do Numbers Really Travel Or Is It Just...

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 Posted: November 23, 2003, 4:27 pm - IP Logged

You know I have taken a hard look at how numbers seem to travel from state to state. Do numbers really travel or is it just a matter of timing? I feel that it is purely a matter of timing. If the balls used are ping pong balls swirling in a machine. And what has brought me to this conclusion is the fact that the same numbers can appear in different states during the same day. At times it seems like breakout time, a lottery rash of some sort. In looking through my lottery number charts I've noticed that on 11/14/03 in New Jersey, & the Tri-State the number drawn was 669. This has happened many times. In my opinion it says to me that it took the lottery drawer the same amount of time to release the ping pong balls & start them swirling & then the same amount of time to pull that latch back so that a ping pong ball could be released into the cylinder & make it's way to up through the cylinder to be identified. I'm not speaking of computer generated numbers. I'm speaking of numbers drawn by humans. And as humans we're bound to have some of the same timing habits at one time or another. Have you ever thought about this happening, give me your spin.

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With about 48 mid and eve draws daily that is about 25% of all 220 box numbers. So what are the probable odds of the same number coming out the same day more than once. Then you have a 25% chance of the same number being drawn the next day.
Then you need to consider box numbers that are drawn more frequently than others. If you put your drawn numbers in a list with the amount of times they were drawn in the last thirty days you will see the frequency.
I had or posted a list here at one time of box numbers that were drawn most frequently over a 20 year period from N.Y. state and most states run parrallel with that list. The same with pick 4 numbers I posted them here also.
I found the list I had.

002 056 134 236 345 478

003 057 136 237 348 479
008 058 137 238 349 489

012 067 139 246 357 557

017 068 146 247 358 559
018 069 148 248 359 568

019 078 149 249 367 569

024 079 156 256 368 578
025 089 157 257 369 579

026 113 159 258 378 589
029 117 167 267 379 669
034 119 168 268 389 678

035 123 169 269 446 679
037 124 178 278 448 689
038 126 189 279 457 778

044 128 223 289 458 779
047 xxx 224 334 468 789
049 xxx 226 335 469 889
xxx xxx 229 337

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 Posted: November 23, 2003, 5:10 pm - IP Logged

oops the 359 just hit S.C. as 935

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 Posted: November 24, 2003, 10:10 pm - IP Logged

A friend of mine made and electric box with three wheels 1 through 0 you push a button and the wheels spin on any given day you could push the button one time play the number and it would hit people coming into there place to play the lottery got a kick out of it.

So I would say a number that hits in more than one place is purely coincidental. Just like that wheel more numbers failed to hit than people who pushed the button played. Even if you pushed it 100 time played all the numbers there was no guarantee you'd hit. But it was fascinating to watch a person push the button once play the number and hit the 3 digit on the nose. Predicting the that number that's actually going to hit is a science that no one has invented yet.

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