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Main Article Theories about
Mathematical Forecasting Initiative
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  • The "she" referred to in the secret message may be Libby.
  • It is possible that the topics covered in Gary Troup's book The Valenzetti Equation would be related heavily to the research furthered by this initiative. The book's topic, the eponymous equation, is a mathematical formula supposedly able to predict the end of the world. Both the book and the initiative have similar areas of study.

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