Authors: Fernando Isla
The numbers 137 appear in some of the most important greek temples. Height of Parthenon, length of Artemis Temple, and width of Hephaestus Temple. It is also in the height of Great Pyramid, the length of Horus Temple. In the Bible are the length and height of Noah's Ark, the length of the Tabernacle of Moses, the height of Solomon's Temple and some related objects. Also in the Height and internal width of St Peter's Basilica, the main center of catolicism. And the Height of “The Last Judgment” on the altar wall of the Sistine Chapel. All measured in meters. No gimmicks. The likelihood of a measure begins with digits 137 according to Benford's Law is: Log (1 + 1/137) = 0.00315 = 0.315%  The frequency of occurrence in these measurements is much higher than expected.
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