The Torah compared to other texts

This is the number one question. How is the Torah different from other texts? This question is actually the central point within all of our research.

First, we define disciplined codes, so as to avoid the "noise level" from haphazard arrangements which can be found in any text.

Second, the requirements for disciplined codes enable proper measurements and comparisons to other texts. That is, the very method used to measure the significance of a code is to compare its occurrence in the Torah text to its occurrence in thousands of non-Torah competitors (known as "monkey texts").

The result is that we see highly significant, disciplined codes only in the Torah.