Though some mathematical formulas can generate numbers randomly using a software program, this is not close on how numbers are truly randomly selected from lotto tumblers. Pseudo-randomness used by computer programs are actually predictable because they are based on logical instructions. In contrast, randomness of lotto numbers drawn from tumblers are not. So, how can this randomness be simulated?

Random.org found a way on how to generate randomness of numbers by using atmospheric noise, which according to the site, delivers truer randomness for the reason that randomness should be statistically independent and non-predictable.

You can try on this site (lottotips.amikvs.com) how numbers are generated based on atmospheric noise. You can use this for any lotto system.

Random.org found a way on how to generate randomness of numbers by using atmospheric noise, which according to the site, delivers truer randomness for the reason that randomness should be statistically independent and non-predictable.

You can try on this site (lottotips.amikvs.com) how numbers are generated based on atmospheric noise. You can use this for any lotto system.