Does this make any sense?
"OOOOOXXXOOOOOOOOXXOOOXXOOOOXXOOOOOOOXXOOXOOXXOXXOOXOXOOOOOOOOOOOXXOOXOOOOOXOOXOXOOXOOOXOOXOOXOOOXXXOOOXOOOXOOOOOOOXOOOOOXXOOOXXOOOOOOOOXXXOOOOO"

I was wrong about 138 digits; I wasn't including the 5 leading 'O's. It's actually 143, which means the sequence length is only divisible by 11 and 13.

Only two prime factors to the sequence length seems kind of odd to me. Take away the mirrored 27 characters on each end and you are left with 89, a prime.

Originally posted by forkedknight I was wrong about 138 digits; I wasn't including the 5 leading 'O's. It's actually 143, which means the sequence length is only divisible by 11 and 13.

Only two prime factors to the sequence length seems kind of odd to me. Take away the mirrored 27 characters on each end and you are left with 89, a prime.

Are you assuming '0'=0 and 'X'=1? What if it was reversed?

Originally posted by sonhouse It kinda makes sense to compare it to DNA but it would be just a snippet considering there are billions of the suckers in humans🙂

Taking the first 71 letters, and putting them next to the last 71 letters reversed ( missing out the middle "O" ) it is clear that there is a lot more similarity than one might expect: