Hey there Gambini sir!

Have you given any thought to how many numbers you could have generated that way? You can group the digits of 3706 many ways:

37 + 06 = 43 and 43 is the 14th prime! (and there are 2 x 14 = 28 letters in Genesis 1:1!).

3 + 70 + 6 = 79 and 79 is the 22nd prime! (And there are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet!)

370 + 6 = 376 which is 673 backwards and 673 is the 122nd prime and 122 = 43 + 79, the two primes derived above! Wow!

I could go on and on finding coincidences. Such is a fool's errand. If you have no way to discern between chance and design, it means nothing. I've explained this to you a million times and you have not shown any understanding. Don't you care about truth at all?

Suppose a number abc,def (letters are arbitrary digits) is divisible by 37. This is written using a pipe "|" symbol as follows

37 | abcdef (means 37 divides abcdef)

This implies that 37 | (abc x 1000 + def)

And this implies that 37 | (abc x 999 + (abc + def)

And since 37 | 999, we have the proof of your statement that 37 | (abc + def).

It's a trivial mathematical fact. It applies to any prime factor of a repdigit that is grouped according the cycle length of the cycle.

E.g. Consider 11111 = 41 x 271 and an arbitrary multiple of 41 that I just made up: 3959903 = 41 x 96583 and let's group the digits in groups of 5:

39 + 59903 = 59942 = 41 x 1462

Likewise, we could have used an arbitrary multiple of 271, such as

271 x 947153 = 256678463

Now group the digits in groups of 5:

2566 + 78463 = 81029 = 271 x 299

There's no magic going on here. It's just basic number theory. This is why anyone with any knowledge of mathematics would not be impressed by most of your findings. Some of them, of course, are quite intriguing (such as the creation holograph), but the authentic results get totally buried in your blizzard of meaningless coincidences. You work, therefore, is actually hindering what you hope it will accomplish.

And what about the ten thousand other facts you ignored when you cherry picked these relations? That's why your results are not convincing. You are ignoring the vast amount of data and drawing connections of dubious significance based on what looks like mere coincidence.

You need to take some time to sort out the wheat from the chaff, and present your case in a principled way. You know that I still maintain that there are apparently significant patterns in the holographs. Why then do I reject most of your claims? Because they are based on random coincidences and profound cognitive bias. You see only what you want to see and disregard the rest.

More confirmation of what? You need to formulate an argument, not just list off a bunch of random coincidences.

Non-trivial? You mean you excluded the first one, right? So if you included the first one, it would be the 128th palindromic number but that doesn't fit your pattern so you fudged by one. That is so typical amongst deluded numerologists. You think that anything that fits your pattern, no matter how much work it takes to make it fit, is proof of "design." Well, you are correct, it is proof that YOU designed the patterns by selecting numbers you like, ignoring numbers that don't fit, and changing definitions to shift the total by one. Classic.

Now let me give you a clue. The numbers you are playing with are relatively small. So shifting by one can make a big difference. I consider it cheating.

So what? 127^2 = 16129 and 1^2 + 6^2 + 1^2 + 2^2 + 9^2 = 123. See how close that is to the number you desired?

What distribution would you expect if you applied to same formula to all numbers? Again, you are just grabbing random coincidences without any rhyme, reason, or principle. You don't even understand the basic principles that govern the numerical phenomena so you imagine that any pattern you find was designed by God. That's just nuts.

And besides, your system is way over-determined. Just a few of the coincidences would be enough to determine the set of numbers that could generate them. Everything else follows by necessity.

DUDE! Thereasonthere are 127 combined word values is because there are seven words, and 2^7 - 1 = 127. It's basic math. It follows by necessity. Any set of seven words would have 127 combined word values.

Yes, it is "no wonder" that that all those facts follow because they are necessary mathematical facts. The sum you created is merely the sum of powers of 2, and sums of powers of 2 of length n are always one less than two raised to that power. E.g. 2^0 + ... + 2^6 = 2^7 - 1, doh!

And given the way that Pascal's triangle is defined [the rows are binomial coefficients generated from expanding (x + y)^n], the rows automatically sum to one less than the powers of 2! Doh!

What principle did you use when you omitted the 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th and all those other primes? You're just making up stuff that has no meaning of any kind.

Have you written a single word that gives any evidence that Jesus is God? If so, I must have missed it. Please provide it. And note, merely listing random numerical coincidences proves nothing. And even if it proved something, it wouldn't necessarily prove that Jesus is God. I am stunned by the habitual sloppiness of your thinking. It's like you don't care at all about truth.

Yes, and since the ordinal value is 41, that links back to all the coincidental crap I derived from the different groupings of 3706. This shows how playing with small numbers can be extremely misleading if you have no way to discern between chance and design.

Don't you want anyone to take you seriously? Don't you want to know the truth?

Richard

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