Articles by tineidae

Illuminating the Illuminated – Part Three: Topics of Invention | Topic Modelling the Voynich Manuscript

December 24, 2019 | tineidae

Our earlier experiments derived some of the darker statistics of the Voynich Manuscript supporting the conjecture, but not erasing all doubt, that the manuscript's cryptic graphemes are drawn from some natural, or shudderingly unnatural, language. Despite our beliefs regarding its authenticity, however, the statistical tools we have employed so far ... [Read more...]

Illuminating the Illuminated Part Two: Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est

October 28, 2019 | tineidae

In the previous post in this series we coyly unveiled the tantalising mysteries of the Voynich Manuscript: an early 15th century text written in an unknown alphabet, filled with compelling illustrations of plants, humans, astronomical charts, and less easily-identifiable entities. Stretching back into the murky history of the Voynich Manuscript,... [Read more...]

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