I meant " ad infinitum ", as in " take another random step in between unrelated data sets "

I did tons of comparing things like primes, rank numbers, permutations, figurates, chapter and verse numbers, locations in pi, locations in Phi, e, etc, etc, and you can

*always* take a step from one set to another if your rules are random.

The square root of one thing is the border of one thing is the factor in the next thing is the sum of, yada yada.

I even went so far as to group verses and chapters by numerical permutations to compare literall word content, haha.

It's nice to see you explain why these things are true using simple examples, for most of us, math is another language completely.

Thanks again , Richard

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