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Rigged Megamillions & Euromillions - the incredible 7 and half year old story that any 7 and half year old child can immediately get
Posted: 31 March 2012 03:33 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Rigged Megamillions & Euromillions - the incredible 7 and half year old story that any 7 and half year old child can immediately get

Now more than 7 years, since it was first exposed by Matt Marriott in 2004

1. Pick from computer a combination nobody picked.
2. Mix cuts of balls spinning around in the “wheel of fortune” with the cut of each ball part of the “winning” pick coming to a stop at the end of the tube.
What the cut does not show: somebody dropped the ball by hand on that tube.

Background music and the TV presentator with an angelic face repeating that “it is all under control” is all it takes to convince the human cattle that the ball spinning in the wheel is the same ball rolling down the exit tube…

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lottery for dummies blogspot.com
http://www.google.com/#sclient=psy&hl=en&q=lottery-for-dummies

http://lottery-for-dummies.blogspot.com/

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Posted: 31 March 2012 04:48 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Moo!

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Posted: 31 March 2012 06:21 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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This just in:
From: the Illuminati
To: Our End Times Prophet
Subject: Include
Since this is your first article that does not mention us, please append this to it:

We, at the Illuminati pyramid, strongly support this message from the State Lottery.
Do the computation and enter History by being the first to prove Matt Marriott wrong. Prove that End Times Reductionism and all that blah blah about total brainwash and total control is not science!
Prove that we don’t exist! Go for it!

Oh bless, he believes that the illuminati are talking to him… LOL

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Posted: 31 March 2012 07:05 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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oppiejoe - 31 March 2012 04:48 PM


Moo!

If you had two of those would that be tucows.com?

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Posted: 31 March 2012 10:33 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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Madmouse - 31 March 2012 06:21 PM

Oh bless, he believes that the illuminati are talking to him… LOL

I long ago concluded that Matt Marriott is a very special person.  I figure that he’s also pen-pals with Bigfoot as well.

I have to admit, however, that I am a bit impressed with this latest posting of theirs.  This is the very first time that they posted something that not only makes some sort of logical sense, but also is somewhat plausible.  Fixing the lottery this way is theoretically possible, as is doing it in other ways; I seem to recall a posting a few years ago where a “psychic” used split-screen technology to make it look as though he was predicting the results of a lottery machine.

Which only leaves one of Matt’s usual passel of problems this time:  he doesn’t provide any real evidence of anything.  He just states that IT IS SO, and we’re supposed to believe him because of his sterling track record on this sort of thing. . .ummmmm. . .

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Posted: 01 April 2012 03:03 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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It occurred to me long ago that simple magicians’ tricks could easily rig lotteries. It even used to worry me a bit. Then I realised that there’s no need for a conspiracy here. It’s far less risky, and entirely to their advantage, for lottery organisers to simply play the numbers, exactly as they claim to be doing. Lotteries are quite open about the fact the odds are stacked in their favour. They’re perfectly happy for people to know how low the odds are of winning a substantial amount. Organising a conspiracy, which requires the involvment of trustworthy people (a much riskier prospect than trusting to mathematical odds), is not to anyone’s advantage. In this case, Last Prophet not only fails to provide any evidence apart from his own paranoia, he fails to show any sensible reason for the claimed scam.

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Posted: 01 April 2012 12:50 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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Too right. There is no *profit* in rigging a lottery. Ok, so you have chosen someone to get millions of dollars. Let’s have a look at the *billions* of dollars of revenue generated by a lottery? Lotteries are not zero-sum games, they are done to make a profit. In this case, much of that ‘profit’ goes to helping schools and whatnot.

Then of course you have the plausibility factor. In order to rig a lottery, you would need a heavy-duty conspiracy, with LOTS of folks involved. of course, in LP’s world, conspiracies form naturally, with no other goal but to screw over humanity in general, with no money changing hands and 100% loyalty.

Still, it *is* possible to rig the lottery so the person of your choice gets the money. Since you have a computer record of tickets purchased, simply select one set of numbers that has NOT been picked (optimally one with the fewest five-number winners as well) and hand them a ticket with the numbers. Of course, the hard part is going to be the televised draw. A little CGI or sleight of hand may be possible, but this is where the most folks are gonna be in a position to see the fraud.

It would be literally less expensive to just hand someone the money, rather than all those payoffs and such.

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