August 2012 - "I am Hashem your G-d":

Here is the very first find, from 2008, involving G-d's Names:

Figure 1

The original search that produced the above result was simply to find the most compact and parallel arrangement for the three key words in red (these are His Names which appear in the plain text of Exodus 6:2-6:3 - which is Hashem's own "commentary" about His Names).

Now, four years later, we take a deeper look at the "response" (yellow) indicating both "I am Hashem" and "I am Hashem your G-d". The two phrases, "I am Hashem" and "Hashem your G-d") appear many times in the plain text of the Torah (81 and 325 times, respectively). Sometimes "Hashem your G-d" uses the plural form of "your" (containing the final mem) and sometimes it uses the singular form of "your" (without the final mem). The entire phrase "I am Hashem your G-d" appears 28 times, always with the plural form of "your".

The following table (Figure 2,3) was independently discovered 3 years ago, but today we see something that was missed back then - that it can be built up directly from the above. First, Figure 2 is the most compact configuration possible for "I am" meeting with "Hashem". There are only 2 other such meetings with a smaller skip in the Torah:

Figure 2

Now we do the standard check for interesting extensions. "Your G-d" (singular "your") extends from Hashem (Figure 3)!

Figure 3

How do we measure the significance of this blue extension? There is no more fitting location or direction (up or down) for this extension. There is only one possible spelling for it. Given the above discussion, there is only one more significant key word, which would be "your God" using the plural form of "your". Taking these facts into account as well as the fact that Figure 2 is one of three most-compact configurations in Torah, a computer run that examined the Torah result against 2 million comparison texts found that only 16 of these texts produced equally compact tables. Under this protocol, each equal result counts as 0.5 competitors, so that there is 1 chance in 250,000 that Figure 3 could have occurred simply by chance. The comparison texts used were produced by permuting the words in each verse of Torah. There are other protocols that could have yielded a more or less significant result, but because of the simplicity of the experiment, these results would not vary widely from each other.