posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 10:45 AM
The seal on the internet image of the long form is very difficult to see, since it merely impresses the paper without any ink, but it can be
As noted, the birth certificate is deliberately printed on green security paper - the security paper is an attempt to prevent alterations or
unauthorized copying, and evidently it's those very security features that cause the internet image of the security paper to give off anomalous
readings. It's as if someone tried to scan a new $20 bill and post the scan on the internet; the anti-counterfeiting features of the bill would
cause the internet image to give anomalous readings, but that isn't proof that the original $20 bill was fake.