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Questions and Answers / Re: "Hit & Run".....until when?
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 07:23:32 PM »
I think bias is our best hope for a new future!

Trading secrets and strategies / Re: The future of cryptocurrencies
« Last post by Real on Today at 05:25:59 PM »
The USA is a strange place. According to polls more people believe in angels than man made global warming even though the country leads the world in scientific advancements.

Most of us believe that some kind of warming or climate shift is taking place.  On the geological time scale it's always getting warmer and it's always getting cooler.  The problem that many of us have is some of the science and it's inconsistencies.  The temperature collection data has been suspect and curve fitted to death.  Back in the 1970s we were told that due to rising co2 emissions we were headed into an ice age.  On the evening news they'd show the latest from the frozen orange crops.  Scientists were making predictions on what the world would look like and how many people were destined to die in the coming famines.  Time magazine even had it on the cover of it's magazine. 

"Americans who lived through the 1960s and ’70s may remember the dire global-cooling predictions that were hyped and given great credibility by Newsweek, Time, Life, National Geographic, and numerous other mainstream media outlets. According to the man-made global-cooling theories of the time, billions of people should be dead by now owing to cooling-linked crop failures and starvation.
“If present trends continue, the world will be about four degrees colder for the global mean temperature in 1990, but 11 degrees colder by the year 2000,” claimed ecology professor Kenneth E.F. Watt at the University of California in 1970. “This is about twice what it would take to put us in an ice age.” Of course, 2000 came and went, and the world did not get 11 degrees colder. No ice age arrived, either."

Fast forward to the late 1990s onward.  Global warming was the buzzward.  ." In 2007, 2008, and 2009, Al Gore, the high priest for a movement described by critics as the “climate cult,” publicly warned that the North Pole would be “ice-free” in the summer by around 2013 because of alleged “man-made global warming.”

In the US, it's not that we don't believe in global cooling, global warming, and the new buzzward.."climate change," it's that we are dubious as to what some claim.  The reason is that hype gets a lot of attention and grant money for young college kids trying to complete their PHDs and taxing global warming, cough cough...I mean climate change is worth trillions of dollars in new taxes.

If it is getting warmer, which many of us believe that it currently is..until it's not... we believe that CO2 may or may not be to blame.  We know for a fact that it has been much higher in the past but the temps haven't always correlated with it.   It's not that we don't believe, it's that we are dubious, and likely quite a bit more informed then most.

Lastly, the US recently went a record 139 months without a major hurricane striking the US.  Climate change appears to have some benefits. ;)

MIT Climate Scientist Dr. Richard Lindzen: Believing CO2 controls the climate ‘is pretty close to believing in magic’
Casino Lounge / Re: Casinos are my bitches!
« Last post by Real on Today at 05:02:27 PM »

How do I post screen shots?

Chance of
random (1/x)
Chi square
Roulette Systems / Re: Voyager 9
« Last post by ignatus on Today at 04:29:09 PM »
more spins...
Gambling Philosophy / Re: Gamblers Selling Systems -- What A Flying Joke!
« Last post by Real on Today at 03:36:01 AM »

I don't agree with many of your articles, but some are fun to read.  It's the look/mood of the articles and layout that look good to me and give your website a unique feel.
Roulette Systems / Re: The Bomb Shelter
« Last post by Reyth on Today at 03:35:53 AM »
Yes, well eventually I knew you would be forced to comment on it and the ONE thing I know is that you CANNOT dispute the data; it is irrefutable.  Regardless of what you believe, its about numerical fact.

The great thing is that regardless of what you believe, I still make money! :D

Of course I am still testing and have a ways to go but I have never seen anything like this in roulette before, ever!

I know that I am blessed by God. :D

Wow.  So had my first PLE failure on the KoH with a 4 STR; DS 4-9 went until about spin 900 before being overtaken.  I went for 3084 BU without a PLE!  That is roughly 950+ coups (0.000288 or 1 in 3472 event)!

I took this hit from the Sun Deck and so I am only down -443 BU.  Neither number is suitable and so I must stay in the shelter until one of them comes back in.

Making a note here that this PLE occurred when I played a 4 STR and the very close QoH had something like 3 STR; the failure occurred at the same time as the takeover.

Level 2 Recovery.  Target: +7000

Level 1 Recovery. Target: +7064

Ooops.  Accidentally reset the comp, so starting a new session.  Clearly we can see the KoH & QoH (DS 4-9) pattern which has persisted for over 1000 spins!

The basic picture has formed with a clear KoH but obviously early with some disperson regarding the QoH in DS' 4-9, 28-33 & 31-36.

Fixed the DSA cursor and it was a variable conflict as I had suspected.

Let's grab some moar profit! :D
Questions and Answers / Re: The perfect progression for single dozen?
« Last post by kav on Yesterday at 11:01:43 PM »
Mister Eko, when you want to reply use the REPLY button, not the QUOTE button
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