New Scientific Papers on the Torah Codes


The original Statistical Science paper (Witztum, Rips, Rosenberg; 1994) is further validated in the first paper below with convincing new findings.

Paper 1 (Haralick, 2003), on testing the Torah code hypothesis is here (in Adobe PDF format).

Paper 2 (Haralick, 2003), on redundant Torah codes is here (in Adobe PDF format). This underscores the night and day difference between codes in the Torah compared to other texts, by examining the tendency of Torah codes to occur multiple times - they are "redundant", as though the Encoder is interested in helping us find them.

Paper 3 (Levitt, Bombach et al, 2004) derives the probability of the long bin Laden phrase (1:83,000); in Microsoft Word format, it is here. or in Adobe PDF format, it is here.

Paper 4 (Levitt, Haralick, Rips; 2004), motivated in part by paper 2, is one of the simplest and most direct demonstrations of intentionality in the codes, deriving a probability of 1:500,000 for just the inter-connections alone, among the Twin Towers and bin Laden codes; in Microsoft Word format, it is here, or in Adobe PDF format, it is here.

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