Part 2: More Binary Code from Sgt. C. J. — Surprise of Ancient Sumerian and Akkadian Words.

“The first two words and the fourth word look to be Akkadian and not Sumerian.”

- Joshua Jeffers, Ph.D., Research Specialist, Royal Inscriptions
of the Neo-Assyrian Period Project, Univ. of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Babylonian Section, Philadelphia, PA

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April 25, 2016  Colorado Springs, Colorado - On February 18, 2016, Sgt. C. J. found that he had added five new lines of squares and lines in his notebook without darkening any of them. He emailed me:  “It was fast and I was unsure if I drew them down correctly. It felt like it was not meant for me to write them, and I felt weird about it, like it was not clear enough for me to. I just did the best I could and figured it was probably all messed up or wrong.

February 18, 2016 – 5 new lines of squares and ones in Sgt. C. J.'s notebook followed by the words “lost concentration.”
February 18, 2016 – 5 new lines of squares and ones in Sgt. C. J.'s notebook followed by the words “lost concentration.”

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