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Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?

 
Blackhawkie
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Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
anyone?
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11/16/2012 06:51 PM
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?

anyone?
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Do it Blackhawkie. Break out with that other Batman expression...
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11/16/2012 06:55 PM
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
what are you talking about? what someone wrote that left an indentton on the previous page?
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
some of us know the 'secret'. the black marks are called letters and there are 26 of them in the english alphabet. these so called "letters" are combined in various ways to form what we like to call "words". some of us even go a step further and combine "words" to make something called a sentence. combine enough sentences and you have the ultimate secret, it's called a book.

why do you ask, two dogs?
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
some of us know the 'secret'. the black marks are called letters and there are 26 of them in the english alphabet. these so called "letters" are combined in various ways to form what we like to call "words". some of us even go a step further and combine "words" to make something called a sentence. combine enough sentences and you have the ultimate secret, it's called a book.

why do you ask, two dogs?
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Beat me to it lol.
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
im crypticly minded :-)
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
is tinypic links allowed here i forget
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
is tinypic links allowed here i forget
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i have seen links to it
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ill try to post it hopefully it doesnt ban me
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
here it is. be quick and swift :gdb: [link to i50.tinypic.com]
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
here it is. be quick and swift :gdb: [link to i50.tinypic.com]
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:my2:
What is we are looking for??
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
here it is. be quick and swift :gdb: [link to i50.tinypic.com]
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:my2:
What is we are looking for??
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I would like to know why these black outs are marked if this paper is about chlamydia. Clearly you can see some of it but i still cant figure out this encryption :gdb:
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
Health & Promiscuity Alert: Cats in the U.S. are raping piss takers in their sleep and the disease's spread are fatal and impossible to treat.

Please forward all your money for Feline sexualogical transographical examination. It is mamdatory you get these scheduled today and compleyed by December 21 2012.

Chlamydia Is a piece of piss compared to this
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Re: Anyone good at trying to decode what is behind black markings on paper?
You mean when something has been redacted? This works sometimes if you have the original and something has been blacked out. Wet a cotton ball with acetone or alcohol until it is just damp. Blot the marker covering the text with the cotton ball. You'll remove some of the black marker over top, sometimes enough to see what is underneath when held up to a light.

It doesn't work all the time and you have to remember that the acetone and alcohol will also melt the ink from the text underneath so you have to work very quickly and don't smear when you blot the ink up. Put the cotton ball on the paper, press lightly and lift straight back up.

It takes a little practice. Get a paper with some text on it. Redact some of the text yourself and give it a try. Your success will depend on how much acetone you have on the ball and how good your touch is. keep the cotton ball on the dry side. Just a little bit damp. Once you think you can do it, give it a shot on your real specimin. Just remember that once you fuck it up, it's gone for good.

You can also read the text sometimes under a microscope depending on the paper and the ink. Sometimes the ink will form slightly raised letters if the ink didn't soak into the paper so much. Angle your light source generaly low to the paper, shining perpendicular to it.
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