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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Maybe it ain't so random

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What if the various financial lotteries are not as random as people think?

Science as long said a person has a better chance of being struck by lightning than winning the lottery.

What if they are wrong?

Breaking science already has amassed a body of evidence that could, and I stress could, indicate winning the lotto is not as random as once believe.

To 'splain. Science has something called Random Number Generators (RNG - no relation). When an RNG fires up, there should be no way to predict what numbers will pop up when,

T'aint so.

"The Global Consciousness Project has been showing that a few dozen such systems, called random number generators spread around the world can produce anomalies when global events happen that polarize human attention. Most famously during the attacks of 9/11," writes Gregory Weinkauf in the HuffPo.

In other words, what people think can and apparently does affect reality.

Whoa nelly.

Lest you think this is not serious, I tell you Princeton has researchers studying it. They are not the only ones. They are also not the only ones to find evidence of this.

If this proves true, then by a not-so-big-leap of extension, enough people concentrating on the Lotto could affect what numbers pop up.

As George Takei says, Ohh Myyyyyyyyy.

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