Futurescopes.com Derives Formula to Calculate Fortune Score of Every Person Based on 45 Sources, Including WHO, FBI, UNFPA

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This festive season, people all over the world can find out how fortunate they are vis-a-vis the rest of the 6.7 billion people on this planet. Based on 32 different factors Futurescopes.com, has evolved a formula to determine the fortune score of a person.

This festive season, people all over the world can find out how fortunate they are vis-a-vis the rest of the 6.7 billion people on this planet. Based on 32 different factors Futurescopes.com has evolved a formula to determine the fortune score of a person.

People who think they haven't had a great 2007 can take the fortune quiz to find out how they may have really fared much better than most others.

Every month, over 1 million people from 73 countries visit Futurescopes.com to know their future. Futurescopes has been providing horoscopes and astrology resources since 2002 and has had a comprehensive dating guide since 2006. For the first time, the researchers at Futurescopes.com have used real world data and statistics from WHO, UN, FBI and 43 other authorities to drive home the point that a small minority worldwide are just far luckier than billions of other people. Real world facts that escape our attention because we take most aspects of our lives for granted, are presented via this Fortune Quiz accessible at http://www.futurescopes.com/fortune .

To illustrate:

Having food to eat makes a person more fortunate than 854 million people worldwide.

Just having access to safe drinking water makes a person more fortunate than the over-1 billion people who can't get safe drinking water.

Having access to a bathroom means a person is very fortunate - more fortunate than 2.5 billion people in Asia Pacific and Africa who lack sanitation facilities

Having electricity makes a person more fortunate than 1.6 billion people who do not have access to electricity.

Having access to television makes a person fortunate because billions of people do not have television. Despite its economic boom, India has only 112 million TV households while the population is well over 1 billion.

A person not locked up in prison is more fortunate than 2.2 million Americans who're in prison - that's like the whole city of Paris. 9 million people worldwide are in prisons.

The fortune score can be calculated in less than two minutes by answering a few questions.

Visit http://www.futurescopes.com/fortune for this.

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