On 21/Nov/2018 the

UK National Lottery draw produced the numbers 24, 35, 46 and 31, 42, 53. Which

obviously shows an underlying order to the drawn numbers.

Or is it possible, instead, that I just ran

all the results (a nice round 2400 of them, to date) through a rough check for things I thought might be interesting and this is the first instant of a tested draw result that meshed with one of my off-the-top-of-my-head ideas, that actually has no reasonable foundation in fact.?

(Note, also, that nobody matched all six. Now

that I find amazing, though I'm not sure if I'm right to do so, by my own logic that follows.)

Even just "looking for two pairs of three offset-by-eleven numbers" gives… a possible 625¹ results in the current 1…59 range, or 330 in the 1…49 range that it apparently switched from around about draw 2070, give or take a handful. If I'm not too fussy about the gap (but still just two triples, all four gaps the same) 14877 and 8272 respectively. Extend to other patterns (as I did) and you get to the realms of a racing certainty that

one of the patterns (statistically irrelevant, individually, and without any factual standing as a 'truth' above any other) will leap out at you

if you look hard enough. And had I not limited myself to just the one drawing agency, then…?

Consider how many ways you have to combine how many 'fundamentals' together. If you

only used e and pi and only used +, -, * and / in a single pairing, then I think that's an effective group of 12 (unique) results, none of which mean much (except the 0 and 1 results from x-x and x/x for x={e|pi}?) to the real world. But once you start to add extra complexity (including, but you likely never limited yourself to, the j invariant, trigonometrical/etc functions, multiple nested and parallel stages in your conversions) you're going to start to spot x≈y relationships against

the while gamut of 'mysterious values' you are willing to consider (fine structure constant, big-G, vacuum permittivity/permeability, Higgs Field potentials, you name it!), with or without obvious anthropcentricity to their valuation.

¹ Including (in this range only!) 8 possibilities of the two sequences rendering themselves with the same gap between the most adjacent members, as the 4 "sequence of six all spaced by eleven" results.