Hey there Bill!

It's great to be chatting again.

I understand why you might be impressed by this example. At first glance, most people would probably think that it's very unlikely that you could find those significant numbers by combining just a few numbers selected from the small set of the first twelve words of Genesis. But looks can be deceiving my friend! Using your method, there are 4096 possible combinations of those 12 numbers! Thus, there are literally THOUSANDS of random numbers you have to choose from. Here is an example of all the numbers just in the range between 1400 and 1500 generated by your method. There are 162 numbers in the list. Obviously, there are many repeats, but the coverage is pretty dense, which means it's very likely you will find any number you are looking for.

From a statistical point of view, the four examples you gave appear to be completely meaningless.

1400 = 420+296+395+86+203

1400 = 302+296+407+395

1402 = 296+407+

**410**+86+203

1403 = 411+296+407+86+203

1403 = 302+296+395+410

1404 = 411+302+296+395

1406 = 407+86+913

1406 = 411+296+

**410**+86+203 . . .

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