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Predicting Lotto Numbers??

This article only deals with one specific method of pretended lotto prognoses. » Click here for all my articles about lotto

Lotto playing form - photo from lotto-bw.de/presse Via Bloggerei.de and (update:) what was, at that time, on Ramschmarkt.de, I came across something called “Global Scaling”, a, let’s call it view of the world where everything is said to be connected by a standing wave and that apparently claims that all things big and small can somehow be described with logarithmic scales – or something like that, maybe I didn’t interpret all those pieces of information floating around on the web correctly. The main homepage seems to be globalscaling.de (also abbreviated as GS in the following text), the “Institute for Space Energy Research”.

  • When physicists and other scientists research in “free space energy” or things like that, I don’t mind at first, things have to be investigated;
  • When a “cosmic background noise” and logarithmic scales are kinda seen as new “silver bullet” for anything (logarithms not being uncommon in math and physics, anyway), some skepticism is necessary, I think;
  • When “lotto prognosis” is mentioned as one of the fields of application, the whole thing, in my consideration, crashes down to the lowest end on any respectability scale;
  • When they charge money for that, my spontaneous opinion sees that going maybe a little too far towards rip-off or deceit.

Yes, I’ve contemplated whether I should spend much attention to such a dubious “system”, but…

1. …well, let’s have a closer look.

math book (I apologize for this being quite lengthy, but a certain detailedness is necessary. So maybe get yourself a cup of coffee – or go :arrow: directly to the conclusion…))

Quote from globalscaling.de, my translation:

How exact is the Lotto prognosis?

The lottery is about the selection of a random sequence of natural (whole) numbers. Because of that, under best preconditions, a lotto prognosis can never be more accurate than ±1.”

This combination of these two sentences, I think, will make the hair of anyone who has ever seen a formula from probability calculus from nearby stand on end. Only with a little heaps of good will – and without knowing the formulae of “Global Scaling” – one could assume that this sentence’s wording is just accidentally a little off, or shortened, simplified too much…

The sentence (in my translation)

“We point out that we give no guarantee for the precision of our lotto prognosis.”

is necessary, of course – if the prognoses were perfect, they already were multiple lotto millionaires and had no need to make the effort to sell their “lotto prognosis”. Anyway, following on that page are a bunch of big numbers, which, the way I read it, boil down to the fact that the more tips you play that do not repeat, the higher your chances to win. Preferably (for GS) with numbers bought from GS, of course…

2. But how good are their prognoses?

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No more lotto prognosis? [Update]

This article only deals with one specific method of pretended lotto prognoses (and more from that company). » Click here for all my articles about lotto

lotto ticket and pen - photo from lotto-bw.de The original version of this article was from October 11, but since a lot has changed, I also updated the date. I had written:

Y’know, it’s kinda funny, on Monday I publish an extensive article about the pretended lotto prognosis from globalscaling.de = raum-energie-forschung.de, and sometime in the last few days they didn’t just make their start page a little prettier (less cramped) – the lotto prognosis has disappeared from the start page and the title navigation bar!


Well, got my hopes up too soon. In the mean time, two red “News” bars were added to the homepage, one of which links to the “new” lotto prognosis homepage (which is only the already known customer area) – maybe their customers complained they didn’t find that stuff anymore…


So this no longer applies either:

Maybe they wanted to give their branch of science(?) a more respectable paintwork by painting over what must be appearing as quite dubious a stain even to relative laymen…

Update 20 Nov 07: Updated prognosis analysis.

I’ve also been informed about something else (thanks again!): A company called “GSDI Cyprus Ltd.”, apparently with the participation of or at least referrence to “Global Scaling” founder Dr. Hartmut Müller, was searching investors a few years ago for a new kind of data transmission, tempting them with high “patent yields”, what also made FINANZtest (1/2004) publish a warning (see e.g. Anlageschutzarchiv (German)).


As it seems, nothing has come of it – except for a new “technology” for data encryption for online banking called “GSPIN”, still with participation of “GSDI Cyprus Ltd.” and the “Yesilada Bank” (both in North Cyprus), though now mainly on www.morint.com instead of www.gsdi-cyprus.com, and they’d like investors now, too, of course.


You may make your own thoughts about the trustworthiness of that whole “Global Scaling” construct…

Lotto prognosis from Global Scaling still bad

And who’s surprised now? Nobody? Good. :mrgreen:

This article only deals with one specific method of pretended lotto prognoses. » Click here for all my articles about lotto

As an update to my long article “Predicting Lotto Numbers??”, in which I have analyzed the pretended lotto prognosis from Globalscaling.de, reaching the conclusion that they, in short, are no good – they effectively only tell you: “don’t play the same tip row twice” – here now the hit trend with the 15 drawings that were performed in the mean time:

Global Scaling hit trend Nov.2007

Only the darkest graph – the exact hits – would really be relevant to single lotto players, and the next curve (with the maximum differences of ±1 that they like to stress so window-dressingly) to large tip communities who play over 50,000 lotto tips per drawing – if only the “prognosis” were a real prognosis and superior to a simple random function that cares about the distances, which it is not, as we know.

And I like to repeat: The lotto balls have no memory, the chances for 6 correct numbers are the same for each drawing, 1 : 13,983,816 per tip (and for the main prize, the “super number”, the last number of the playing form, must match, too). Beyond statistics, a specific lotto number prognosis is impossible according to all respectable, accepted and verified mathematical knowledge, anyway.

If someone says I have no clue of playing lotto again, please be more detailed and give reasons…

By the way, the complete archive of German lotto drawings can be downloaded e.g. from Lotto Bayern (next to the numbers: “mehr” – link at bottom of the page).

Furthermore, does anyone attend the “Global Scaling Event of the year: December 1st Kosmos Berlin”, as globalscaling.de headlines, with the “presentation of the GS PIN technology of Global Scaling Data Security in online banking”, for which, as I wrote a month ago, hazard investors are wanted as before for a “G-Com technology” which had made the FINANZtest magazine (1/2004) issue a warning (German)?

Personally, I’d be surprised if you’d see – for the steep entrance fee of 69 € which certainly doesn’t include 7-course 5-star catering – some scientifically verifiably real and working technology there…

Update: Please also note the (German) links in “kritikus”' comment

Update 13 Dec: That oh so great “event of the year” mentioned above can’t have been that great if you can’t find anything about it, not even on the Global Scaling homepage (or does anyone know more?), can it? At least that’s how it seems to me… :mrgreen:

Update 18 Dec: » Continued here with info or rather the question about more about this GSPIN event from 1 Dec 07.

“Lotto prediction” with numerology?

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Lotto playing sheet - photo from lotto-bw.de/presse Lotto? Again?? Well, thanks to the high jackpot in Germany, that topic is popular – number 1 also in my search request statistics (after my fun post about certain pantiless antics got kicked out of Google’s index [for a few days]). And some enlightenment can’t hurt… in brief:

Lotto numbers cannot be predicted!

More precisely: If your predicted numbers are drawn, that’s just coincidence, because the drawings are random. Those who claim otherwise, please try to prove it…

I came across another specimen of prognoses on miracles.ch (German) – based on “numerology” (Wikipedia article). Or what’s been made to look like it. In addition to horoscope-like spesifications based on date of birth etc. and “lucky numbers” derived from the name you enter (1 for A, 2 for B,… 26 for Z :roll: ), this site with a web design from the last millennium also offers a “lotto number prognosis” for German and Swiss lotto. Quote (my translation, trying to reproduce spelling mistakes ;) ):

The Lotto Miracles Predition, is unique and Fantastic. Here you can have your personal and current lottonumber prognosis according to numerology generated every week and again and again new Miracles Lottonumber prognoses for the next Lotto 6/49 drawings.

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The fairy-tale of calculating lotto numbers

clover Sorry for writing about lotto again, I’m kinda annoyed by that topic too, but since there are people who believe that future lotto drawings could be calculated – like one here in the comments (in German), who kindly provided some details when I asked him by e-mail, thanks a lot – I consider it quite appropriate to go into that.

So this is Mr Galluzzo’s comment, translated by me:

So if you make it more precisely, you would have to give away many details, and who gives anything away would be quite stupid.
You can only learn something if you’re playing yourself.

You don’t have to play lotto in order to look at the numbers, and you can learn without spending money on false hopes, too.

:dunce: One could also learn by e.g. attending a course or buying/renting a book about “Probability calculation for beginners.” Isn’t there one in the “for dummies” series (whose title is never intended to offend…)?

I think that you are no player, if you were a player with experience, you wouldn’t write such stupid stuff, I already said that.

Oh, yes, the biiig secrets and experiences of “experts”, yeah, sure. As if that would change anything about no lotto drawing depending of the preceding drawings.

Now into more details:

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