posted on Nov, 3 2014 @ 07:40 AM
a reply to: 727Sky
I think it is also worth mentioning, that as important as the correct first and last letters of words in the second test you provided to us, is the
accuracy of the grammar being used. With an assumption of accurate grammar, the meaning of a jumble of incorrectly placed letters in a word, and by
extension a message comprised of similar abortions of language, can be discerned quite easily, but if a certain degree of grammatical error is
introduced on top of the clear misspellings, that would make reading and comprehending the message very difficult indeed.
I often find a post containing misspelled words much easier to read than one where all the spelling is perfect, but the understanding of grammar has
failed the author. Inference... this is the key. I think of these things as being much like code breaking. If a message exists, but is encoded, then
one needs a decryption key in order to decipher the code, and read the message. Grammar, in these situations, is part of that decryption key, in that
it provides a framework for the mind to overlay onto the data provided, and infer meaning from it.
Without taking grammar into consideration however, it would be very difficult indeed, to decode such messages, because there would be no known values
to work from. Now, it must be said that when reading the paragraphs, both the number substituted version, and the misspelled version, no actual
conscious cogitation was necessary to decrypt the meaning of the information presented. It merely resolved itself automatically, as far as I am
capable of registering it. However, I have no doubt that something very much akin to basic code breaking was happening somewhere in my head at that
point, and all code breaking, no matter how apparently simplistic, requires known values in order to work for the recipient.