Long Form Birth Certificate – Object alignment (GSGS)

GSGS at obamabirthbook.com observed some interesting ‘artifacts’. The long form birth certificate has 8 objects and the question becomes, how were these objects’ boundaries chosen. GSGS observes that the bottom and the right of the objects perfectly touch the bitmap, while the top and left appear to be ‘hanging’. A careful analysis by GSGS shows how a simple algorithm explains the data…

Alignment of the objects found

Actual data to support his findings

Note that the bottom and right of the objects touch the background, but the left and top align perfectly with the 8 bit boundaries

probability of coincidence = 8^-16~3.5e-15

layer,size,position (distance of layer from (left,below) border)

1,1819×1454,( 373, 970) - 2192, 2424

2, 778× 199,(1270, 257) - 2048,  456

3, 274×  42,( 710, 334) -  984,  376

4, 228× 123,(1836,1021) - 2064, 1144

5, 216×  47,( 432,1017) -  648, 1064

6,  70×  34,(1458,1310) - 1528, 1344

7, 217× 243,( 735, 533) -  952,  776

8, 142× 132,(1050,3140) - 1192, 3172

the last two columns are the addition of the size and position, which are all divisible by 8 with zero remainder

One thought on “Long Form Birth Certificate – Object alignment (GSGS)

  1. I suppose that’s all well and good, and great if correct and a correct explanation but, really, none of that stuff matters… Something the birthers seem incapable of grasping.

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