There are practical limits to probability which we leverage to our favor, using some positive variance to win profitably. Its ALWAYS possible to win and you will never prove otherwise

What does "practical limits to probability" even mean? There are NO limits to randomness, and probability doesn't help because the payouts are always short unless you use advantage play strategies. I've already given an example of how to get an advantage playing negative expectation games.

No, it IS harmful because you discourage people from discovering the truth about how statistics and probability actually work. You are actively preventing people from being successful which is counter to the mission of this forum.

What I'm doing is pointing out your fallacies and showing people how to find a real advantage, which can't be achieved using virtual bets, triggers, patterns or progressions. The fact is, you and other system junkies are so attached to your pet theories that you won't even acknowledge that you might be wrong, and you don't have the necessary understanding in order to prove even to yourself that the methods don't work.

Appeal to Authority doesn't prove an argument. Even mathematicions have opinions. No mathematician, no matter how accomplished, can prove that it is impossible to win at roulette. Let's start there, you know, REALITY for a change?

It's not appeal to authority when the experts actually know what they're talking about.

Probability 101 : you can't beat a random game of independent trials which has negative expectation by the methods you're suggesting. It's ludicrous. This is very basic stuff which any 1st year stats student knows. Try posting your ideas on a stats forum or at stackexchange and see what replies you get.

We use the physics of statistics to win at roulette.

What is the "physics of statistics"? It doesn't even make sense! You are very confused.

The Statistics of Physics DOES mean something, though.