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Joe

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I'm still waiting for someone to tell me their results, lol. How hard can it be?

Yes, it's probably better if we agree to disagree. You think I'm closed-minded and clueless about precog and you're clearly clueless and closed-minded about systems and statistics.

It's a pity that you don't seem interested or capable of having a reasonable discussion about the evidence for precognition, because others (including me) might have learned something. Even a link or two would have done, but you seem more interested in putting down those who doubt precog. Strange.

Oh well.

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Steve

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Joe, i did publish results of a credible test, and the group tested specifically for roulette. I published only part of the document - the results. I also have my own tests and experience.

I understand statistics, as ive explaimed before it is impractical to get sufficient volume of tests. By then the subjects would be over it and probably lose accuracy.

I dont think precog is beyond the realm of possibility. Overall the data and experience i have suggests its real, but we are a long way from understanding what's going on.

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the scientific community is pretty clear that it doesn't exist. You've given a hypothesis which explains precog (if it exists), but there are a lot of problems with it.

It was once unthinkable that radio waves existed. Both we and the sclentific community don't know much compared to all possible knowledge.

The simple fact is precog test results are mixed. Many tests are not done properly because precog is not understood. Do we hold up paper and conclude radio waves don't exist because the paper doesn't get burnt?

Do we test precog with ordinary people off the street? Do we jist plonk a crystal ball in front of them and expect miracles?

We just don't know about this. Its not well understood. I believe it's real but very poorly understood.

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Now this just happened; the #10 came and i won. But i just said #10 and it came again.
No thinking of precog or thoughts along this line; just said #10.

So is it subconscious suddenly was there or what made that thought happen.
How do you win at roulette, simple, make the right decision

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Steve

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Even experienced players have similar experiences often enough to think its not coincidence. It's like thinking if someone you forgot about for years, then they call on the phone seconds later. What are the chances?

It's all interesting but i cant yet say either way if it's reality in roulette or not.

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Joe

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It's like thinking if someone you forgot about for years, then they call on the phone seconds later. What are the chances?

This would be more likely (IMO) to be a case of telepathy rather than precognition, assuming it's not just coincidence of course. There have been studies done on this and the results do suggest that there is something going on other than mere coincidence.

https://www.sheldrake.org/research/telepathy/experimental-tests-for-telephone-telepathy

It's a good example of how experiments should be set up to test this kind of thing.

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This would be more likely (IMO) to be a case of telepathy rather than precognition

Yes it may be. That's what I meant by saying we don't really know what's going on.

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Just leaving this here;



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For proof of precognition - Check out the MPR leaderboard (http://www.rouletteplayers.org/leaderboard) - names:  pmiles, pwithp, intuition, precogmiles - all with positive winrates.

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Just leaving this here;
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Respect 👌 👍
Well done Precog.

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Very good, thanks for the evidence.  I think this will finally convince the cognitive dissonant among us. 

So i see two versions of play.  In the number three spot is where you are betting on a minority sector, and in the number one spot you are betting on a majority sector.  May i ask what sector you are betting on?

In either case it looks like a 20% drawdown is to be expected, enroute to 10x gains over...about how much time was invested in these two days play?


 

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