Carl Gallup reports No progress

Although he repeats the unsupported claim that the Xerox Workflow has been disproven, the embarrassing facts that a simple workflow can explain most of the artifacts which had been claimed to be evidence of a forgery, remain standing with no effort on the part of anyone to debunk them.

It seems clear to me that the claim that the PDF is a 1000% forgery is built on hot air, not on scientific evidence.

The Clown Case Posse already embarrassed itself with its “reports” which somehow overlooked a simple workflow, and since their case was based on an argument from ignorance, nothing much remained.

For over a year, all we have heard is ‘silence’…

6 thoughts on “Carl Gallup reports No progress

  1. “Although he repeats the unsupported claim that the Xerox Workflow has been disproven, the embarrassing facts that a simple workflow can explain most of the artifacts which had been claimed to be evidence of a forgery, remain standing with no effort on the part of anyone to debunk them.”

    NBC may have tipped his hand. I think the key word in this paragraph is “Most” (but not all of the artifacts have been explained by the workflow.) and there lies the problem.

    Nevertheless, I am disappointed that Gallup or the CCP has yet to come up with anything (And I do anything) that refutes the basic Xerox workflow.

  2. NBC may have tipped his hand. I think the key word in this paragraph is “Most” (but not all of the artifacts have been explained by the workflow.) and there lies the problem.

    I have never claimed that everything can be explained. The fools will continue to make a big deal out of “African” for race etc but that does not even get close to evidence of a forgery…

    The CCP will remain unresponsive as the facts of the xerox workflow remain solidly founded in a foundation of research, observation and experiment.

  3. Nevertheless, I am disappointed that Gallup or the CCP has yet to come up with anything (And I do anything) that refutes the basic Xerox workflow.

    Yeah, well, the problem with trying to float down Denial River is that, eventually, you hit the cataracts…

  4. The type is relatively small and the copier appears to have smeared some of the pixels so yes, a lot you are seeing are artifacts caused by scanner, as well as by the conversion processes.

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