The mind alters chaotic random states and informs order and meaning. In radionics this is used for analysis, replacing the stick pad or the pendulum.
Until the true random numbers are observed, they remain in an undetermined state, where a bit is 1 and 0 at the same time. Only after being observed they collapse to a solid state and remain 1 or 0 permanently. This is due the nature of our reality which is based on consciousness.
One big problem is that the operating system can influence the TRNG or hotbits by observing them silently. This happens during indexing or defragmentation. While a indexing does not really “observe” as a mind of a human does, and it does not really consider or reflect on the fact if a 0 is a 0 and a 1 is a 1, it does for sure build up a index made of segments which represents patterns and their corresponding position of the data it reflects. This does for sure limit the possibilities or range in which a random number can be determined to. Example: a true random number range from 0 to 100. So your mind can determine it to be any number from 0 to 100. But if your computer evaluates this number and writes down that the number is not higher than 50, the possibilities are now limited virtually between 0 and 49. This is due the fact that somewhere on the computer a database exist that has noted this information and it can be evaluated afterwards (retroactively or retropsychokinesis).
In my case the analysis worked like a charm when it was performed on the RaspberryPi, because the Linux operating system is not invasive by indexing all data (only if you tell it to index them). But on my bigger personal computer with Windows 10 as operating system it began to evaluate the data as soon as it was written on the harddisk. Additionally the program I used to write the software was indexing the hotbits data too. So there was a limitation to the range of the TRNG hotbits. And I can prove this, because the General Vitality produced repeated patterns of numbers like 622, 942, 699 which appeared on every analysis. This means the true random numbers are of no value (or less value) with the “silent observer”.
How to prevent a silent observer?
Its all about settings and knowledge of your operating system. Store TRNG or hotbits in a folder where the OS knows that it is not allowed to look into. This becomes difficult with Windows, but on a Linux or Mac system its easier. Another way is to produce TRNG on the fly, in realtime and avoid the silent observer problem.