This is my first post. It's a very interesting case. The only thing I want to add to this is that, despite the man apparently not finishing
high-school, or supposedly not having an array of knowledge in math, some of the statements seem very "proof" like -- like some sort of logical
statements. (these are all the statements that are in parenthetical, and indented just as you would do in logic)
Also, I do not believe that every case of the letter "N" is actually an "N"...I'm pretty sure it's also being used as a "~", as some sort of
separator, or connector. I have seen a lot of posts referring to "NCBE", but I think it may actually be "~ CBE". I take note that on the 12th line
is the phrase, "WLD N WLDN CBE". I think that is, perhaps, better read, "WLD ~ WLD ~ CBE".
On the "NOTES" page, a buddy of mine pointed out that the very long series of letters, separated by dashes, looked strikingly similiar to the Windows
98 key codes.
Finally, several have noted the numbers "99.84.52". My buddy and I took note of the space between the 5 and 2. It looks more like "99.84.5
2UNEPLSE..." Which, on a blind guess, appears more like a radio frequency and "2UNEPLSE" comes out something like "tune please".
Anyway, I'm way behind the power curve on this. Probably all these things have been mentioned already...I did try to read the other posts, but after
page 14, it was getting pretty daunting.
Oh, one last thing: "D-W-M-Y"...it looks like it says "MIL" directly after it, but that's not how the military breaks down its time. The military
breaks it down as day, time, month, year...like so: 12 1800 APR 11...or more commonly seen: 121800APR11: 12 April 2011, at 6pm.
14-4-2011 by MonosLukos because: (no reason given)