# The Experiments

First we show our experiments which are limited to the
the facts of the Zangaria Mosque arson. The date of the arson was October 2, 2011.
This corresponds to the Hebrew date of the 4th of Tishrei.
It is remarkable that the best table has both
the year and month and date and has a statistically significant p-value of 2.5/10,000,000.
The tables are shown ordered by p-value starting with the smallest. Remarkably,
all the tables are clustered around the same area and the p-values for the first 11
tables are all less than 7.5/100,000.

Then we show the table developed by Rabbi Glazerson
that has in it the additional key words indicating that this incident is a deliberate provocation
by the left wing of Israeli politics designed to put blame on the settlers.

The experiments use the the key word combinations shown in the possibility table below.
There are a total of 40 key word combinations.

The possibility table.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 2.5/10,00,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 19.5/10,00,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 26.5/10,00,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 6/1,000,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 6/1,000,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 15/1,000,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 20/1,000,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 37/1,000,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 6.5/100,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 7.5/100,000.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 7. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is 7.5/100,000.

The Burned Mosque Interior

On October 3, Rabbi Glazerson put a video on Youtube
containing a Torah code table related to the burning of the Mosque.
On October 10, he further developed the table.

Rabbi Glazerson's table basically has the key words we have explored in our experiment with
the addition of a couple of words indicating this incident was a provocation by the left and omitting
the month and date.
His key words included העלילה, meaning
*false charge*, *libel*, or *frame-up*. The is exactly the same Hebrew word that
is used in phrase העלילת דם,
meaning *the blood libel*, a phrase that is pregnant with the false charges that the Christians throughout history made
against the Jews which caused pograms and killing of Jews and is now the phrase that the radical Islamists
use against the Jews.

The expected number for the axis term was set to 100. The expected number for the non-axis terms was set to 200. The row and column skip
of the axis ELS has to be no more than 5. The row and column skip for the non-axis ELSs has to be no more than 15. The cylinder size is 1226.
Using the ELS random placement monkey text population, the probability that a monkey text would yield as compact a table
as the one produced by the Torah text is smaller than 1/10,000,000.

Finding By Rabbi Glazerson