AlMcFly wrote:

For one you can't establish a standard deviation in one set of 30 coin flips.

Sure you can.

AlMcFly wrote:

Two, it's been mathematically proven that even though there are only two sides to a coin, the odds aren't close to within 1-2% of 50, **no matter how many samples you take**.

Strong Law of Large Numbers says f*ck your theory. Now, I'll agree that 30 samples isn't enough to get a ~3% margin of error, but with enough coin flips you will.

Case in point, I just generated 1000 random integers from random.org. The results were either a 1 or a 0. Assuming a completely random distribution, it should be 50% 0s and 50% 1s, so 500 1s and 500 0s. Copied the list into excel and ran a SUM of the numbers. 498. Within a .5% margin of error.