This webpage is referring to 37 of 100 patterns in the 7 Hebrew words
of Genesis 1:1 that are significantly beyond chance and significantly
beyond mortal capability. The significance of all 100 patterns is
in 3 for trinity and 7 for divine perfection which give 37 and 73.
PROVERBS 25:2 It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter.
var show = "";
var sum = 0;
for (var k = n; k >= k1; k--)
var a = factorial(n) / (factorial(k) * factorial(n-k));
var b = Math.pow(1/p,k)
var c = Math.pow(1 - (1/p),n-k);
sum += a * b * c;
show += Math.floor(1/sum) + " * ";
show = "";
var sum = 1.0;
sum *= knp(1,1,2701);
sum *= knp(1,1,777);
sum *= knp(23,128,18);
sum *= knp(1,1,892130741015);
sum *= knp(8,128,49);
sum *= knp(1,1,7);
sum *= knp(7,28,7);
sum *= knp(1,1,2401);
sum *= knp(1,1,117649);
sum *= knp(1,1,343);
sum *= knp(1,7,2401);
sum *= knp(4,12,7);
alert(show + " = " + sum);
var out = 1;
for (var i = 1; i <= f; i++)
out *= i;
The n of 28 is the summation of 7 adjacents words.
The n of 128 is the number of possible combinations of 7 words.
The n of 7 is the count of possibles.
The n of 12 is the number of combinations of + * and /.
The p powers of 7 are the number of things found that are evenly divisible by 7.
Theoretical and emperical differ because of distribution anomalies.
On March 29, 2019, an earlier version of this webpage was verified by
Dr. Sidong "Max" Zhang of the Mathematics department of Campbell University,
Buies Creek, North Carolina. On November 8, 2020, Matt Dillahunty, a world
renowned atheist, asked me to get additional confirmation from other
mathematicians. If you are in STEM and are familiar with probability
calculations, please confirm that given
"how many (k) do occur (n) can occur and (p) reciprocal of should occur"
that this is the correct binomial equation to use and that you have either
manually verified the numbers, and that if the k, n, and p are correct,
which is very provable and confirmed by the similar emperical results,
that the probability of any other sentence containing all of these 37 patterns
is about 1 in 1e43. If you can confirm this, then please let me know so
that I can inform Matt Dillahunty of how many have confirmed this equation.
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