Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Divine opinion researching

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Whilst I was wondering why I start every post with 'whilst' I decided to make public first set of data on opinion researching the creator.

Methodology is simple, could be coin-tossing, but in my case I found a very cheap lotto which only sells you random numbers, then lined up each ticket to a topic, with alternate altruistic and selfish goals, which are mapped against the numbers that match the draw numbers. 3 or more numbers gets a modest cash prize.

Surprisingly, the creator seems to be fairly conservative, trending more into investing in property, but with surprisingly high level of interest in wind farms and hospices. Giving winnings to friends and purely selfish stuff gets a low score.

See graph linky

not_morrison_rm, Aug 30 2015

the graph so far https://www.flickr....89@N03/20992687912/
[not_morrison_rm, Aug 30 2015]


       //Giving winnings to friends// Well, presumably if you're a god, your friends are also gods who, let's face it, aren't likely to be in need of a lot.
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 30 2015

       Some people do this for real. Google "putting out a fleece".
pertinax, Aug 31 2015

       You know of course that the Biblically-approved method is to cast lots, which the Holy Spirit apparently manipulates like Qui-Gon Jinn to get whatever result is predetermined by the fates of the all-knowing magic 8-ball.   

       I wonder if a Bible-themed Casino would go over well in Atlantic City?
RayfordSteele, Aug 31 2015


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