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Re: VMs: voynich dice game ... sunday thoughts
From: Koontz John E <John.Koontz@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Sun, 12 Sep 2004, Pierre Abbat wrote:
> On Sunday 12 September 2004 10:22, Marzio De Biasi wrote:
> > Is there an alphabet where this assumption is true (i.e. every symbol is
> > mapped to a different char)?
> > Where can I found such transcription?
> > I'll repeat the tests on it as soon as I got it!
> We don't know. The main puzzle is combinations such as "cth" where one
> letter is stuck in the middle of what may be a single other letter. Then
> there's "sh" which looks like "ch" with a diacritic. Most writing
> systems don't put one diacritic on two letters, but most writing systems
> don't put one letter in the middle of another, so we don't know whether
> "ch" is one letter or two.
I think it's a bit more complex than that. You have to consider the
- The gallows characters are open to similar interpretations in terms of a
two basic staffs with two distinct flourishes, leading to the four
*Yes* Yes *Yes*
OK, Okok you hold your breathe while the nebie/oldbe 'self procl;aimed
1 of 12 raises his hand in your'4' thoughts.
2 (TWO) STAFFS (of the upwarding formed column)form their 'pointer
position(s) [which is just ###,#@#,###]
all the while
2 [(TWO) OTHER (different staffs)c_gallow_c] form ANOTHER 'seeming
I ASK SIMPLY SIR,: 'Cannot the two (2) be cloved into ONE?'
best to you & yours
while 1 sunflower seed makes 4 (splet/spito/consumed~)
steve (what 2 make 1??) ekwall :-)
p.s. 0=[done/deal] is the action/answer we seek in the vms
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