Art Levitt

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In this paper we describe a Torah Code experiment which: • Focuses on a famous contemporary event. • Has a simple and explicit data collection. • Has considerably simpler measurements than in previous Torah Code experiments. The pattern we study here is a cluster of related key words in the form of ELSs in a single table. The cluster that we discover(More)
In this paper, we develop a new tool, called Component Analysis (CA), to study the significance of long Torah Code phrases. CA quantifies the relevance of such a phrase, by comparing its components (sub-phrases) to randomly constructed competitor phrases. In the process, we gain insight into how highly unusual it is to discover focused relevance among these(More)
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