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Re: VMs: Further investigatio of folio f1r
> We are pleased to announce another update of our VM page. This time we added the
> research of folio f1r, namely the areas with underlying and/or erased text. We
> used the graphic editor with special enhancement via gamma adjustments, for both
> "light" and "dark" copies of f1r. Some interesting results with pictures are
Thanks, Jan! For the record. The "dark" copy of f1r
was scanned by Rene Zandbergen from a second-generation
Xerox of Friedman's photocopies of the VMs which are
now in the possession of the Marshall Library,
Arlington VA USA. The "light" copy was scanned by
Takeshi Takahashi from the Yale copyflow.
> Also, we posted our comments from the VM discussion in regard to Horczicky's
> signature here: http://www.angelfire.com/electronic2/ohlas/VM/b26.htm
> (they are already on VM Manuscript Mailing Conference List)
A brief comment here about transposition ciphers.
Transposition ciphers seem very unlikely to me due to
the low second-order character entropy of VMs text and
the highly structured nature of Voynichese words.
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