How Derren Brown Did It
The numbers had to be written on the balls AFTER they had been drawn. It's all down to technology ... the left side of the picture was frozen while someone inserted the winning balls onto the rack unseen then the left side was unfrozen back to live transmission.
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Add one of the pair of letters below the equals sign to the left-hand side of the equation and the other of the pair to the right-hand side, rearranging the four letters on each side to make "nothing equals nothing".
Here's a puzzle that I have spent several years researching ... the Shakespeare authorship question. Many people see this as a non-issue, but I can assure you that there are several detailed arguments that have been missed by academics showing that Mr Shakspere of Stratford could not have written The Tempest, The Comedy of Errors, and Love's Labour's Lost. For me, a more probable author is the Renaissance philosopher and Lord Chancellor, Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626), who to Ben Jonson was "by his work , one of the greatest men ... that had been in many ages".
If you'd like to check the arguments for yourself you can download a complementary copy here:
There's also a facebook group Bacon Wrote Shakespeare that contains many other resources for researching the problem.