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# I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.

Wish me luck!
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08/31/2006 11:40 PM
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I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
I fed all the past winning numbers into my model so let's see if it works tomorrow.

My theory is that all things, light and even information like random numbers, unfold in a fibonnaci spiral.

If you place past random numbers generated in sequence (like Lottery drawings) into the model, it can assemble the "dimensions" of the fibonacci spiral taking shape and can thus predict what the next "random" numbers will be as the spiral grows.
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08/31/2006 11:42 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
if it works ill pay you \$50 to keep it a secret between me and you...
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08/31/2006 11:42 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
oh btw try www.random.org for random numbers. i use it for tarot purposes.
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08/31/2006 11:43 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
Good Luck, but you might do better to just Grok it!
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08/31/2006 11:44 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
if it works ill pay you \$50 to keep it a secret between me and you...
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now you are a miser!

hey OP, i give you \$100!
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08/31/2006 11:46 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
:simon:
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08/31/2006 11:48 PM
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Keep us posted.
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08/31/2006 11:49 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
you should use the golden spiral, which is even more primordial to the nature of the universe than the fibonacci is.
although the fibonacci's approximates the golden spiral almost exactly.
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08/31/2006 11:50 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
do not forget to take the speed of the spiral into account!
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08/31/2006 11:56 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
Learn to spell algorithm. The fibonacci spiral doesn't work, I've tried it. I have a better chance with the Toorent Spence Icabat Method.
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08/31/2006 11:58 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
do not forget to take the speed of the spiral into account!
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seriously! do you know what i speak of?
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09/01/2006 12:04 AM
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Me114

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09/01/2006 12:11 AM

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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
I wrote a program that did that years ago and me mum won over \$1000

it was freeware and no one ever sent me a donation but I know they won on it
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09/01/2006 12:13 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
and do not forget the mandelbrot-theory! time is of essence hear. you have to decide at which time which spiral to take.

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09/01/2006 02:25 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
and do not forget the mandelbrot-theory! time is of essence hear. you have to decide at which time which spiral to take.

Quoting: Anonymous Coward 138140

"When you come to a fork in the road, take it!" - Yogi Berra

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09/01/2006 02:28 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
"ooo another picnic basket" - Yogi Bear
ACDC
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09/01/2006 02:30 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
want to know a little secret? u need to combine the series with the elemental tides from sunrise on the day.. *wink wink*.. it will improve the accuracy of your model tenfold..
a fellow mensa member
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09/01/2006 02:55 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
I fed all the past winning numbers into my model so let's see if it works tomorrow.

My theory is that all things, light and even information like random numbers, unfold in a fibonnaci spiral.

If you place past random numbers generated in sequence (like Lottery drawings) into the model, it can assemble the "dimensions" of the fibonacci spiral taking shape and can thus predict what the next "random" numbers will be as the spiral grows.
Quoting: Wish me luck! 136514

first off 99% of the people here do not know what you just wronte :)

and second of all I wish you good luck as I have done data modeling before and it always works better in theory.

I decided to turn my high IQ on to far nobler tasks like banging all the hot women I can get my hands on :)

just another rocket scientist 2 cents...
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09/01/2006 02:59 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
and do not forget to include a random-generator within your computing! this serves as a security protection against non calculated out-of-the-order happenings (see chaos-theory)!
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09/01/2006 03:00 AM
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for people who actualy want to learn something....

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09/01/2006 03:11 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
for people who actualy want to learn something....

Quoting: Anonymous Coward 108922

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09/01/2006 03:25 AM
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and btw OP, do not feel bad about the 'jokes' in that thread. sometimes 'jokes' reveal a lot more than just 'fun' ..... and good luck in your endeavours!

and ... sorry for my english (not my native language)

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09/01/2006 04:21 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
You are either an idiot or a gov operative.

- you will need to check the cached version - at the moment it still has the contents.
- since July 2006, engforum.pravda.ru will let only registered users access the page.
Why? Plenty of MattMarriott's threads like this one.
Hordak

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09/01/2006 04:48 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
Who needs an algorithm, I've got the sports encyclopedia from Marty, you know.
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09/01/2006 04:49 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
Why not use Julia-sets with dynamic bifurcation detection; that would do a better job imho.
istlota
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11/13/2010 04:21 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
I wrote a program that did that years ago and me mum won over \$1000

it was freeware and no one ever sent me a donation but I know they won on it
Quoting: Me114

There are a lot of folks on the Net selling, or asking for donations for, software "guaranteed" to produce winning numbers. Some of them even say, hey, you don't even have to pay unless you win. The con works as follows:

Any 1st year Comp Sci student can write a few lines of code to use the timeticks algorithm available in all languages to spit out random numbers. And, that will probably have pretty close to the same winning ratio as one based on Fibonacci or other series.

Even with purely random numbers, if enough people download your software, or the numbers your software cranks out, the the laws of probability alone pretty much guarantee that a few of them will win. If only 1 out of 10 who win send you money, they end up thinking, wow, this guy is a genius! They tell their friends, who jump in on the action, increasing the odds of a few more winning, a few of whom send you money.

I am not saying there is no Universal Law which orders games of chance. I happen to think there is. I happen to believe that line from the Kybalion which states "chance is law unrecognized."

But, a fruitful pursuit of that Universal Law requires a scientific method involving theorize, test, measure results, and repeat.

Also, let's be real here. Anyone who did, scientifically, discover a reliable, repeatable, system to win at lotto would have to be a complete moron to sell that code, or access to that code, for only the \$40 or less I have seen advertisements for. It would make more sense to keep the existence of such a system to yourself and use it to win as much as you can, as often as you can, until the House figures out what you are doing and shuts you down.
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11/13/2010 04:31 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
If you laid down 1 number in the middle of a slice of paper, would the number then branch off into infinity creating a fractal pattern out of numbers?
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11/13/2010 04:32 PM
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If you laid down 1 number in the middle of a slice of paper, would the number then branch off into infinity creating a fractal pattern out of numbers?
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142753

Do you think maybe he has forgotten about it since 4.5 years ago?
Anonymous Coward
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11/13/2010 04:44 PM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
If you laid down 1 number in the middle of a slice of paper, would the number then branch off into infinity creating a fractal pattern out of numbers?

Do you think maybe he has forgotten about it since 4.5 years ago?
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1163188

Sorry, I dont know what you mean. It was an actual question.

Reminds me of the movie PI
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02/03/2013 10:43 AM
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Re: I've created an algorhythm based on the fibonacci spiral to predict lottery numbers.
If you laid down 1 number in the middle of a slice of paper, would the number then branch off into infinity creating a fractal pattern out of numbers?
Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142753

Yes its called vortex maths. Search for Marko Rodin

While the fibonacci is commonly used as a stock trading strategy, I feel the lotteries mechanical nature makes it unlikely but you've inspired me to have another go :).
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02/03/2013 11:06 AM
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