posted on Dec, 10 2006 @ 11:28 PM
Originally posted by ilandrah....made me wonder if these could be used as 'predictions' as well as revealing known information.
That would actually be like the "Library of Babel", I believe it was called. In that Library were all the books that were ever printed, all the
books that will be printed in the future. It's kind of like having a sequence starting with aaaaa.......to the end of the book. The second book would
be aaaaaa.....b. The third aaaaa......c.
Until the last book zzzzzzz....z. Within that range sure enough, you WILL find the mysteries of the universe, who really shot JFK, The lotto numbers
for all the lotteries ever to be played, secrets of the future, etc., etc.
But also within that library, would be all the false truths, trillions of lies, a bunch of gibberish. There would be so much irrelevant material,
finding the true gems would be futile.
Also related to that (sort of) were the so called bible codes. There was some research done by various people into the bible. They took for instance
every third, or fifth letter in the bible, and claimed that there were prophecies hidden within the bible. The major problem with that of course, they
had'nt taken into consideration that the bible has gone through many translations, and since they did not work from original texts, their research
But anyway, happy anagramming! Sorry to have strayed off-topic.
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