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Re: VMs: New vms 'words'
the sequence dck is always followed by h (or a
weirdo looking just like it). But k alone can
also followed by o or y. Your examples starting
with dcko or dcky are not found in any
transcription of the VMs.
This means that your algorithm is not precise
enough to prove what you're trying to prove.
- there are missing pages in the MS,
- how do we know if even the complete MS
has 'exhausted' the vocabulary of Voynichese?
Your reasoning is quite interesting, but it
will be very difficult to present it as proof.
On an even more interesting note:
I wonder what your test would conclude about
a piece of (transcribed) Chinese.
--- Jeff <jeff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> As a quick example of new words here is a short list
> ending with daiin from
> the generated list that do not appear in my sample
> eva text.
> cheeodaiin, chetodaiin, cthdaiin, dadaiin,
> dchadaiin, dckadaiin, dckodaiin,
> dckydaiin, dtdaiin
> And a list of the words generated that do appear in
> the vms sample.
> cheodaiin, choldaiin, dchodaiin, doldaiin
> Now the interesting question here is: Do any of the
> words in the top list
> also appear in the EVA? If not then I would imagine
> it is less likely to be
> an artificially generated language using a pattern
> generator of some sort
> such as a table. If they do appear in the vms then
> it could be all a hoax.
> What a thought!
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