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Re: About Turkish (what is the importance to the VMS)

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From: Julie Porter <jporter@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <voynich@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2000 4:02 AM
Subject: Re: About Turkish (what is the importance to the VMS)
Returning to the subject at hand.
I noted when I mentioned that from a typgraphical standpoint, the rivers in
the text caused by the spaces and re-inking of the pen, seem to have
uinique structure. If I had more time I would love to do some analysis with
the positions of the pen strokes in the Vms. I got almost no feedback from
the list so I sort of let things drop.
Did anyone give this any thought?


Basically the nature of this form of communication is such that feedback is
generally not provided by readers unless they don't understand the point and
have to ask a question (this is usually the case for me), don't feel they
can contribute to the topic at hand, or don't feel that the information as
presented needs further clarification [whether or not they agree with the
information presented]. So, as for your study of the pen stroke and word
space patterns - this is a field that I certainly couldn't qualify to
comment on : However, I would love to see some analysis done in that area as
well. I think there are many 'experts' in quite a wide range of fields
hiding amongst the lurkers out there who might be drawn into the
conversation when an area that even remotely matches their specialties is
presented to the list.