How Many Licks Does it Take to Get to the Center of a Tootsie Pop?
Michael Rosecliff will be a guest on the show Friday, November 14 at 11:00 AM Central Time. He created a program called “Looking Glass”, a program, the design of which he is very guarded about, that now boasts a near 96 percent level of accuracy in trend forecasting. We talked to him about different questions he poses to “Looking Glass”.
Michael said, “Let us be aware that there are some things that I do talk about openly on the radio, etc…and some things that there will a time and place to speak about at a later date.”
In terms of the Tootsie Roll Pop question: Please be aware that due to countless variables in an ever changing non linear candy-coated sugary goodness world of Tootisie Pops, the reality of the situation is that the amount (quantified) of licks in theory it would then take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop could by all intents and purposes represent “chaos”. That is to say that because of tiny crystalline variables in the glucose composition of said Tootsie Pop, in order to bench mark that metric we would need to find two Tootsie Pops that are 100 percent identical. Adhering to the snow flake / chaos fractal theory, we realize that given the amount of potential variables involved that statistically that represents a near (but not entirely) impossibility. Therefore the “Looking Glass” answer in terms of non linear candy dynamics is as follows: not quantifiable at present with current computing resources.
So we may never know the answer to the “how many licks” question, but we think that Michael Rosecliff and “Looking Glass” have uncovered some answers to other mysteries. Red Pills Reports host JD Moore will be joined by Michael to discuss Looking Glass, as well as current geo-political and economic news.