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The Big Three Problems

There are many problems with the theory of the codes when viewed from a scientific point of view but three stand out

Any text of similar size will have similar clusters of words to those found in the Torah.

The probabilities quoted for the word clusters are computed by methods contrary to the accepted laws of probability and used in situations where it is essentially impossible to assign meaningful probabilities. (Will not discuss further here)

The famous Rabbi's experiment has many flaws in both its data and in its method. The largest flaw, one that, by itself, already entirely explains what was found, is the subjective nature of the list of appellations used for the Rabbis.