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'The Obama code': Hidden message in birth doc?: [ATS & Boon-dock Saint in report]!

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posted on May, 21 2011 @ 02:57 AM
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Computer experts find anomalies embedded in White House release




Computer experts have discovered strange anomalies in the Obama birth record released by the White House. They include a different birth registration number that shows up in "hidden text," remnants of the short-form certificate apparently bleeding through the long-form and a "smiley face" in the registrar's stamp that does not show up on other recently issued Hawaii birth records.

Curiously, in a simple process run by Optical Character Recognition software that reveals hidden text, the registration number 10611 turns up, instead of 10641, the number displayed on the two birth records authorized for publication by the White House. Application of the Adobe Acrobat's "Examine Document" function on the Obama long-form document produces the following hidden text: (see article for all related pics of documents undert the color review etc); The number 10611 would seem to be more plausible than 10641, which appears to be out of sequence with the numbers of the published birth certificates of twins born a day after Obama.

As WND reported, the numbers on the Hawaii birth certificates of twins Susan and Gretchen Nordyke are lower than the number given Obama, even though the president's birth certificate was accepted by the registrar general and stamped with a certificate number three days earlier. Further, as WND reported, an article by the man who was Hawaii's registrar general at the time Obama was born confirmed birth certificates were numbered immediately upon acceptance by the registrar general.

Within days, contributors demonstrated on AboveTopSecret.com that when the copy is run through a color filter process in Paintshop Pro, the text of Obama's short-form certification of live birth, oddly, appears to bleed through the page. The contributors speculated that the short-form birth certificate was placed behind the white, long-form birth certificate when it was copied for distribution to the White House press April 27. Here are two versions of the white birth certificate analyzed under color filters (reminder, go to article for pics review]:

User "boondock-saint" posted on AboveTopSecret.com an interactive version that flashes between the short-form and a brown version of the long-form birth certificate, demonstrating how text from the short-form appears to be bleeding through. The word "VOID" also appears behind the long-form:


Source: www.wnd.com...

So it goes on from there. GREAT WORK boon-dock saint. Your work and find gets notice.

Now, come on. For the record, I officially believe Obama was born in HI. But, I also say this B.C. matter has merit. There are just too many issues that can't be explained-to a person who is willing to look.

What I wished P.O.T.U.S Obama would do is say "Hey, you're right, this thing is full of errors, we need to find out why and make sure there are glitches in the system. Somebody is messing with the P.O.T.U.S birth docs. I would think after all that has been proven to be incorrect with the document, he would lead the fight to get to the bottom of it and find out who is responsible.

Read the article and view the presented photo evidence. Then make your any arguements that there isn't issues with it.

Heck, they even tell you how they did the review and what programs were utilized. Some of you can probably do the same test at your home.

good work boon-dock saint.

(sorry about not being able to post pics-computer issues)







edit on 5/21/2011 by anon72 because: (no reason given)



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posted on May, 21 2011 @ 04:02 AM
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Hearing about boondock-saint being credited for this reminds me of earlier tonight when I saw nyan cat in a Sprint commercial. If you do the research, the only reason nyan cat is an "internet fad" is because of how much advertising it has gotten and how brainless folk will spread anything cat-related like a virus. Likewise, boondock-saint is not the only (and certainly not the first) person to point out these anomalies, so for a site to credit him specifically is only going to boost his ego. Everybody in boondock-saint's thread should be credited, alongside with those from prisonplanet and elsewhere that have spent countless hours proving the document to be full of holes.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 04:05 AM
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BUT, nyan-cat is awesome.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 04:14 AM
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I linked to wnd as a source the other day and was ridiculed. It was actually the same thing that you linked to I believe. I was discussing the twins and the evidence that Obama's BC came from one of them. I believe it was the same day though, and not the day after. I have pretty much been saying the exact same things for a while now, and there are a group of people who will not believe any of the evidence.

While I applaud your thread, I am not sure you can give credit to any one person. Also, this thread unfortunately will not change anyone's mind. These people need to wake up and look at the evidence, instead of dismissing it. That is why this has been swept under the rug, and why Obama hasn't been prosecuted. Because no one will look at the evidence because of their own bias. They think it could not be done; that he couldn't pull it off.

And when they do look at the evidence, they don't believe it is legitimate, no matter where it came from. That's why I said I got ridiculed in my thread...


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posted on May, 21 2011 @ 04:16 AM
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Look, I'm using a keyboard and typing something on the internet, I'm a computer expert!


In all seriousness, this has been covered.

The bleed-through is real, and verifiable. I would agree with the article in that it's a result of the short form being under it when it was being scanned. Explainable phenomenon - not evidence of anything nefarious.

The other stuff is ridiculous. These guys are going out of their way to mis-interpret image compression artifacts at the pixel-level.

The "Void" is just somebody seeing what they want to see in a few smudges of compression. Why would somebody hand write "Void" in tiny little letters over it? Certainly, they would use a stamp as apropos, and it would be larger than a tiny little speck on the page.

I literally laughed out loud when I saw the bit about the "A" in the signature being a smiley face...

Someone either has way too much imagination and way to much free time on their hands, or the WND is playing the entire birth certificate conspiracy for fools. Anyone taking this seriously needs to step back, take a deep breath, and do some serious self-evaluation.
edit on 21-5-2011 by drwizardphd because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 04:26 AM
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I didnt think a person needed to go through all that, to SEE it was fake. There were errors all over that 'official' birth certificate...that could be seen with the naked eye. Very sloppy work. At least, the Bush cartel made us BELIEVE he was stupid. Next time, the white house should call me to do their forgeries. My 4 year old works wonders with Photoshop!



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 04:31 AM
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Originally posted by drwizardphd
Look, I'm using a keyboard and typing something on the internet, I'm a computer expert!


In all seriousness, this has been covered.

The bleed-through is real, and verifiable. I would agree with the article in that it's a result of the short form being under it when it was being scanned. Explainable phenomenon - not evidence of anything nefarious.

The other stuff is ridiculous. These guys are going out of their way to mis-interpret image compression artifacts at the pixel-level.

The "Void" is just somebody seeing what they want to see in a few smudges of compression. Why would somebody hand write "Void" in tiny little letters over it? Certainly, they would use a stamp as apropos, and it would be larger than a tiny little speck on the page.

I literally laughed out loud when I saw the bit about the "A" in the signature being a smiley face...

Someone either has way too much imagination and way to much free time on their hands, or the WND is playing the entire birth certificate conspiracy for fools. Anyone taking this seriously needs to step back, take a deep breath, and do some serious self-evaluation.
edit on 21-5-2011 by drwizardphd because: (no reason given)


It cannot be bleedthrough from Obama's shortform because some of the bleedthrough text does not appear in this short form. It can only be bleedthrough from some other birth certificate. I suggest it's YOUR analysis that is faulty and which is leading you to drawing absurdly false conclusions.

Time for YOU to step back and question your own powers of analysis.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 04:38 AM
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Originally posted by micpsi


It cannot be bleedthrough from Obama's shortform because some of the bleedthrough text does not appear in this short form. It can only be bleedthrough from some other birth certificate. I suggest it's YOUR analysis that is faulty and which is leading you to drawing absurdly false conclusions.



No. All of the bleed-through text matches Obama's short form perfectly. Compare the two for yourself.

If you believe any of the bled text does not match his short form, care to point it out? Even the 'experts' at the WND pointed out that it matches the short form.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 06:55 AM
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I want to applaud Boon Dock Saint for fighting the good fight. He is a hero to ATS. keep on trucking BoonDock! We are cheering for you!.

I for one will not dismiss the Birther issue as a distraction it truly exposes TPTB and we will expose them with their fraud>!



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 07:54 AM
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Originally posted by JiggyPotamus
I linked to wnd as a source the other day and was ridiculed.
It should be ridiculed because everything they post is misinformation and lies, and purposely so.

It says a lot about the quality of these birther threads when they are being used by WND as examples of ‘research.’

Deny Spread Ignorance.


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posted on May, 21 2011 @ 08:16 AM
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WND just lost any shred of credibility that they've ever had. Not that they had much to begin with. They (along with boondock saint and other birthers) are using a not uncommon process of having formed their conclusion FIRST, and then looking for any shred of 'evidence' (real or imagined) that feeds into their emotional belief, while summarily discarding any evidence that does not.

It's good to create a hypothesis and then look for evidence to support it. However, someone who is really interested in the truth (and that is what is sorely lacking here) will modify or discard their original hypothesis when the evidence, as in this case, does NOT support the hypothesis at all.

WND and birthers don't care about finding the truth, they care about proving their emotional beliefs.

I would address each of these issues one-by-one and knock them down, but it has been done so many times before and it has become clear that no amount of rational or critical thinking appeals to what amounts to religious zealots. The birther movement has become a religion, with its followers believing in a complete fantasy and proselytizing their bunk to a willing and ignorant audience.

To give credence to these silly suspicions is obviously (to some of us) completely insane.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 08:23 AM
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I seem to recall Boondock-Saint had a thread where he proved Obama had Alien DNA as well. Does he still get credit for that too? Do we get to take both factors into consideration? Is credibility and issue outside the story itself when so many facts are missing and assumptions are made? I just cannot help but notice how super credible people are on ATS when we go out of our way to avoid some stuff they say and yet other people lose credibility to ATS for anything and everything they have ever said. That standards have shifted.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 08:32 AM
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Originally posted by Antiquated1
I seem to recall Boondock-Saint had a thread where he proved Obama had Alien DNA as well. Does he still get credit for that too? Do we get to take both factors into consideration? Is credibility and issue outside the story itself when so many facts are missing and assumptions are made? I just cannot help but notice how super credible people are on ATS when we go out of our way to avoid some stuff they say and yet other people lose credibility to ATS for anything and everything they have ever said. That standards have shifted.


Excellent observation............it should also be pointed out that BDS added to the bizzare final thread by P.T.....

BDS claiming that he also was broken into twice in 2 weeks.............credibility.........LOL

not to mention that Corsi was involved and profited handsomely from the lies regarding the swift boat fiasco, Corsi has a republican agenda, always has, always will.

Parker



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 08:41 AM
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Originally posted by anon72

Within days, contributors demonstrated on AboveTopSecret.com that when the copy is run through a color filter process in Paintshop Pro, the text of Obama's short-form certification of live birth, oddly, appears to bleed through the page. The contributors speculated that the short-form birth certificate was placed behind the white, long-form birth certificate


Holdup, I have to call foul. I just spent a lot of time trying to catch up on this story. It seems that the only story going from before the election up until a month ago was that the original birth certificate was not a birth certificate because it was a certification of live birth. Now that the long form has the same title, we just move on and pretend that argument never existed for 2.5 years? I was really getting into this. I was buying it. Now the huge hole where a pile of "I guess I was wrong about that part" should be I just see moving on to a new argument. I really feel like I just wasted hours of my life falling for this just to get caught up and see the entire narrative rearrange itself.

Now I do not know what to think but that fishy on both sides is no good.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 08:53 AM
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Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
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WND just lost any shred of credibility that they've ever had. Not that they had much to begin with. They (along with boondock saint and other birthers) are using a not uncommon process of having formed their conclusion FIRST, and then looking for any shred of 'evidence' (real or imagined) that feeds into their emotional belief, while summarily discarding any evidence that does not.

It's good to create a hypothesis and then look for evidence to support it. However, someone who is really interested in the truth (and that is what is sorely lacking here) will modify or discard their original hypothesis when the evidence, as in this case, does NOT support the hypothesis at all.

WND and birthers don't care about finding the truth, they care about proving their emotional beliefs.

I would address each of these issues one-by-one and knock them down, but it has been done so many times before and it has become clear that no amount of rational or critical thinking appeals to what amounts to religious zealots. The birther movement has become a religion, with its followers believing in a complete fantasy and proselytizing their bunk to a willing and ignorant audience.

To give credence to these silly suspicions is obviously (to some of us) completely insane.


Yeah absolutely B.H.
Good post, well said.


The rest of this is rubbish.


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posted on May, 21 2011 @ 08:59 AM
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Originally posted by Kitilani
Now the huge hole where a pile of "I guess I was wrong about that part" should be I just see moving on to a new argument.


This is one of the most valuable tenets in the birther covenant: Thou Shalt Move the Goalposts Frequently and Deliberately.

I did a thread on Birth Certificates years ago and learned that each state's health dept titles its certificates. Some title the short form "Certification" and some title it "Certificate". My original long form is titled "Certificate of Live Birth". The title of the certificate is irrelevant, but that's one of those pieces of evidence that got tossed aside because it didn't feed the agenda.

"The Obama Code"

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posted on May, 21 2011 @ 09:03 AM
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The just really makes me turn in place because looking over all this stuff, that was the only argument for over 2 years. That was all they tried to push aside from what turned out to be some fake one from Kenya that actually went to court? I can even understand that. Orly got duped and that is fine but how could the only argument they had all this time just fade away like this. I do not know why but that is bothering me more than anything. Just reading in the article like "Hey, we never said these titles mattered just move on past this part" is really bugging me.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 09:08 AM
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Originally posted by Kitilani
Just reading in the article like "Hey, we never said these titles mattered just move on past this part" is really bugging me.


You get used to it.
I've seen many, many separate arguments about the BC that have been disregarded as new evidence came to light. They just move on to a new (and usually wilder) story.

This particular story (about the short form showing through) should have been discarded already as it has been shown in another thread on ATS that the forms were indeed stacked when they were scanned and some of the text from the underneath form showed through on the scan. It's perfectly legitimate. But WND skipped that thread, I guess.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 09:35 AM
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It's funny that they credit boondock...when he was claiming that it said "CIA 61" on it...and it was other users that pointed out it was text from the short form BC.

:shk:

I feel like WND has created an unholy circle with some ATS users...users cite WND....WND cites ATS user...user cites WND...and they are re-affirming each others flawed logic. But it must be true...because someone else used it as a source.



posted on May, 21 2011 @ 09:38 AM
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Congratulations Boon!!!
Nice of WND to give credit when it is due for a great find!!!



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