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Re: VMs: poll
From: "Rene Zandbergen" <r_zandbergen@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 06 April 2004 20:54
> --- Jeff <jeff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > From: "Dennis" <tsalagi@xxxxxxxx>
> > > Jeff wrote:
> > > > does telling people I can read bits of it count?
> > >
> > > Sure. Stand and deliver, if you're ready! ;-)
> > No one would believe me anyway. Everyone is so
> > entrenched.
> Jeff, it is very simple, really.
> Newbold delivered plaintext already in the 1920's.
> Several paragraphs worth of it.
> Levitov did the same in the 90's and so did
> John Stojko (before or after, I am not sure).
> Both translated several pages.
> Others have generated translations of short
> pieces of text (Strong, Feely, Child).
> None of these translations have become generally
> accepted, for whichever reason.
> (Now one might say that that is all due to the
> negative attitude of the people on the list,
> but clearly of these N solutions, at least
> N-1 have to be wrong. I think that the number
> is higher.)
> So, you see, presenting a translation is not
> enough. You'll have to convince people of the
> Good luck!
Well I'll tell you what Rene I won't be producing any shaky evidence like
those in the past. I only intend to provide the evidence when everything
fits consistently. Basically I'll either be able to read the whole damn
thing or I won't solve it at all. But I am getting there slowly.
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