We have just described how we answer the number one question: how is the Torah different from other texts? We begin to arrive at the answer when our methods are disciplined, as described in the section, Disciplined Codes at left.

When disciplined methods are used, the task of measuring results is greatly simplified. We measure a result by repeating the same conditions in thousands of other texts and then comparing the compactness measures from those other texts to the compactness measure in the Torah.

Those measurements indicate very strong results for our reported codes.

So the remaining question is whether there is a large pool of unreported failures. We provided clear answers and suggestions for others to verify that this is not the case in the Hidden successes link.