I have a problem with this in that the code wheels on page 58 seem to clearly point to a 32 slot wheel.

Doc has a very clever idea in thinking that a half-circle would comprise 29 spaces. I think that is close to the target, but a little off.

Let's assume for a second that the 32 space wheels on page 58 are examples of our code wheels. Half of that wheel would comprise 16 spaces. Depending where I divide the circle, I would have 3 spaces that are red.

Perhaps each space is intended to hold 2 values instead of 1. That would mean with 16 spaces, there would be 32 values in total. However, I think the red hashes may be markers where there is only one value for that space. If we have 3 red spaces per half of the wheel, that would be 29 total values. A complete wheel would hold 58 values.

Did I mention those wheels are on page 58? Is that a coincidence??

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