Threesology Research Journal: The Lottery is Fixed
A Fixed Lottery
A Study of the Threes Phenomena in the presence of Duality

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Once again the American Public is faced with yet another Powerball winner in the State of California. The prevailing argument amongst some is that it is due to Population Density generally described as the reason many winner occur in California is because ther is a large concentration of ticket buyers in one very populated area.

And too many people buy into this rather flimsy point of view, all because they do not understand the fundamentals of mathematics as having an underlying binary system of procedural direction just as does the Binary of computing and the Binary system of the Yin/Yang philosophy.

If we are accepting the notion of "Population Density" as a primary factor for determing the higher potential for a win, then the collective Density of all the other States in the U.S. combined is far greater. It is necessary to write an algorhythm which services the idea of "Population Density" like a virus or bacterium. However, using the analogy that a lottery win is like a beneficial mutation which serves to combat the ill effects of the viral out-break, history has shown us that mutations do not occur all at once. While I realize the reader may have gotten lost at this point, let me back-track in order to simplify, since the analogy is a generalization anyway.

In the U.S. there are National Lottery games such as the Powerball and Mega Millions, and also lottery games which service Individual states, but not that service individual communitities. In each case a different mathematical formula is required to maximize the intentions of those who run the game. If they want a huge amount of money to be available for their own coffers based on proportion, then the lottery mathematical formula must be written in this way to serve their purpose... whereby they can argue that the game generates random numbers. Yet, this remains a fixed activity and a fixed opinion.

In short, the larger population of the United States is being cheated. The Lottery system backed by the government is stealing from the people in what may be called a "volunteer" tax on the poor. Indeed, one must not only question the math formula being used but the person(s) involved. And should anyone say it is a computer program, then those who wrote the computer program based on a mathematics whose foundation is as Binary as the Yin/Yang philosophy. Let me provide some side -by- side examples to which me may include the idea of a Hemispheric duality, all of which can be associated with the the dichotomy of high/low population density with regard to lottery wins:

Hemispheric attriubtes rendered as a dichotomy
Examples of yin and yang patterns-of-two List of Dualites in Mathematics

Source: Mesologue

When the Lottery was formerly known as a Numbers Racket controlled by those not paying taxes to the government from all the money being taken in by poor people trying to get rich quick as they do today, the government stepped in like it would later do against those who were making and selling booze but also were not paying taxes. The government shut down the Numbers game and the Making of Booze until such time that it too could get a piece of the action. Both the numbers racket and Brewery's of old were forced to pay a tax tribute to the government so that they could operate, albeit with new packaging and presentations.

If the government can convince the public that an institution serves the moral sensibility of the larger public, any type of institution will be legislated into acceptance. Be it a number racket now called a Lottery, Moonshine now called distillation by way of legal distillery, and in some countries, the allowance for prostitution, arms sales, and multiple other activities which could be stopped if their was a legislative intent backed by a Uniformed support group. While in public slavery, child ponography, rape, etc,. are called illegal, the punishments do not fit the purposeful intent of eliminating the occurrrences. Indeed, in many cases, a person can promote a bill against some activity all the while being financed by the very activity in a mode and manner that is not easily detected. Let us not foregt that there exist numerous responsibily looking social activities headed by very bad people through indirect ties. For example, during the Middle East wars, the U.S. government had people who permitted atrocious sexaul acts against women and children by superiors in Fields of Operartion, in order that those committing such acts would provide desired information. The usage of the 2-word phrase "collateral damage" was not limited to direct military action.

The foregoing representation of underlying dichotomies related to Mathematics goes hand in hand with the lottery system's usage of an algorhythm which provides support for the rationale to justify multiple winnings of a lottery game in a given area claimed to be a "High population Density" as opposed to a "Low population density". In order for there to be recurring lottery wins in a given area, there has to be a math formula which services this unspoken of high and low density dichotomy. Mathematics is biased because it relies on the usage of a duality scaffolding. While we may be generous and say that the one or more mathmaticians involved in the creation of the lottery formula is base on "sound" mathmatics (with its underying duality structure) and confirmed by a computer program (which also as an underlying dualtiy called a binary language) are unaware of the inherent biases playing out; the fact that the public can see for itself that there is a repeating occurrence from a supposed lottery system expressed as a "random" operational formula... clearly multiple people become infuriated and begin to claim that "something is wrong" with the system, just as they see occurring in the government itself that claims itself to be a Democracy, but that its three-part government structure often acts as a single entity, with the public itself not permitted to have a collective say so by having its own Legistlative branch as the dominant one... which should be the case if the idea of a "government of, by, and for ALL the people" is a truth and not some mere three-part catchy slogan or three-part musical refrain.

If one looks at which states have won the Powerball jackpots, it is necessary to note that this is a total figure and not just the Billion dollar figure.

State populations of the United States
Total Powerball winners by U.S. State

If we look at the billion dollar figure and to this add a reference to the Mega Millions lottery, we can find the following figures:

  1. $2.04 billion, Powerball, Nov. 7, 2022: A single ticket won in California.
  2. $1.73 billion Powerball drawing — Oct. 11, 2023: A single ticket won from California.
  3. $1.586 billion, Powerball, Jan. 13, 2016: Three tickets won from California, Florida, Tennessee.
  4. $1.58 billion, Mega Millions, Aug. 8, 2023: A single ticket won in Neptune Beach, Florida
  5. $1.537 billion, Mega Millions, Oct. 23, 2018: A single ticket won in South Carolina.
  6. $1.35 billion, Mega Millions, Jan. 13, 2023: A single ticket was purchased in Maine.
  7. $1.337 billion, Mega Millions, July 29, 2022: A single ticket won in Illinois.
  8. $1.08 billion, Powerball, July 19, 2023: A single ticket won in California.
  9. $1.05 billion, Mega Millions, Jan. 22, 2021: A single ticket won in Michigan.

Here is a list of the Top 10 largest Mega Millions jackpots:

According to its website, here are the Top 10 Mega Millions jackpots as of Oct. 14, 2023:
  1. $1.58 billion — Aug. 8, 2023; Florida
  2. $1.537 billion — Oct. 23, 2018; South Carolina
  3. $1.35 billion — Jan. 13, 2023; Maine
  4. $1.337 billion — July 29, 2022; Illinois
  5. $1.08 billion — July 19, 2023; California
  6. $1.05 billion — Jan. 22, 2021; Michigan
  7. $656 million — March 30, 2012; Illinois, Kansas and Maryland
  8. $648 million — Dec. 17, 2013; California and Georgia
  9. $543 million — July 24, 2018; California
  10. $536 million — July 8, 2016; Indiana

When did lotto jackpots hit $1 billion or more?

No matter the outcome of a lottery draw, it can be argued that the overall system is rigged. In order for a particular quantity of tickets sold with a winning number, the place(s) of winning, and how much is to be won... all of these are variables in a fixed system that it organizers want to believe is truly random, or else the promoters and the mathematician(s), and mathematics involved, would be called into question. Due to the stubborness of people being brought up believing that mathematics is infallible, we overlook the many mathmaticians and other number crunchers who have engaged in different types of "fudgeing the numbers" such as accounts trying to get over on the tax system.

If the lottery system truly is random, then let us account for why some people win more than once. A formula of randomness which includes repetition is based on a closed system of finite numbers and combinations. In other words, the lottery system is a type of board game much like chess, checkers, or poker, or Monopoly, etc... The border parameter is fixed, the rules are fixed and the number of players are fixed. If the entire world was allowed to buy a lottery ticket, the supposed winners in other countries would cause U.S. Americans to find a means to exclude them and call the overall system into question because the game is not serving the desires of those enabled to effect the game's processes.

The presumed randomness that one thinks they see is part of their individual biases which need to support their overall inclinations to agree with the politically correct idea that the government is not backing a rigged system because the government is without prejudice or conflict of interest.

Date of Origination: Monday, 16th October 2023... 4:54 AM
Date of Initial posting: Monday, 16th October 2023... 7:52 AM