Hmmm...I am a little confused, as well. Snoop--I couldn't make heads nor tails out of the math on the link, but then I am not really that good at math.
I would just like to say that notes and tones are not the same thing. There are actually 8 notes in a "western" octave, but many variations on each (don't forget the double flats and sharps!). But that is what we read, not what we hear. We actually hear 12 distiinct tones (and then thirteen if we "resolve" it--and of course "resolution" could arguably be in the ear of the beholder.
But there are several different types of scales. Major, Minor, Melodic, Natural, Harmonic, Chromatic, Diatonic, Pentatonic, Hungarian Gypsy, and that's only the start. With advancing technology, we are able to identify tones and frequencies that are not apparent to most human perceptions. Just because we don't hear it doesn't mean it isn't there.
Anywho--now that I have cleared all that up
, may I suggest that any missing notes (I can't help it--I just gotta say it--not directed at anyone) are actually out there revolving around Uranus.