The Simulation Experiment is both a scientific experiment and a statistical analysis, ran by a computer program that generates randomized versions of the Nazca great circle map. The program generates many random versions (iterations) and computes a statistical comparison between the randomized results and those of the Nazca great circle map hypothesis.
The program used in the random simulation experiment is available for anyone to use here:
The Simulation Experiment (opens in a new tab)
Please note that this program requires a significant amount of computing power, to perform thousands of mathematical calculations. As such, it is not suitable for running on a smartphone. It may run with some degree of success on a high-powered tablet, however, for best results, it’s most suited to running on a desktop or laptop computer.