The "wheel has no memory"?

What about the LotT does it have a memory? NO.

So who brought up this memory business anyway?

The fact is we are dealing with 2 forms of "closed circuits" where the possible results are

limited along with the statistical reality that practically speaking, Perfectly Balanced Imbalance

^{TM} is the constant norm; i.e. the LotT MUST produce repeaters and therefore certain numbers must come in less than expected (practically speaking).

The LotT is a constant force that applies to every spin and once we have over 37 spins, every spin is a new LotT session. Since we know that certain numbers must appear more than others in a SINGLE LotT session, the SAME concept must apply to multiple sessions that are chained together over a long-term; the size of the multiple sessions is the size of our random sequence.

Now, since we must have this phenomenon of certain numbers that must appear more than others because it is a closed circuit, the SAME concept must also apply to the felt because it too is a closed circuit. Therefore, some of these numbers

MUST appear within a defined area of the felt more than any other as well.

So no memory required, just simple statistics -- there must ALWAYS be a set of numbers that comes in more frequently than others and some of these must ALWAYS group together on the felt in a defined space more than any others.

Your predicted response:

Great Reyth but the question for the Queen is, CAN WE USE THIS INFORMATION TO MAKE MONEY!???

Yes. If we follow some of the wisdom of our AP friends regarding their betting techniques, and apply some of our own learning to compensate for the lack of a physical bias, the statistical edge should make us profitable; like Harry J says, "we are using the Physics of Statistics

^{(R)}".