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6. Marlowe and Control Data

Bible, Marlowe

Trying for some indirectly generated credibility, Stritmatter conducts an exercise in sensitivity analysis in Appendix E, boldly labelled "Control Data". He flounders around trying to improve the validity of his probability claims by… go to article

Cipherogratography 101

Cipher nonsense, Marlowe

Ogburn's work on ciphers, along with Roper's and Burghstaler's, is not really all it should be. Like all soi-disant literary cipher-experts, they start with a desired solution and work backwards. Some will even try to connect Cardano… go to article

Integrity test blog

Marlowe

Dear Oxfraud Despite my advice (and latterly my RULES), my partner has inadvertently invited an Oxfordian to dinner on Thursday. The last time this happened, there were broken glasses before the main course and the evening ended in tragedy… go to article

Canon Fodder

Marlowe

The smoking gun, proving who did and who didn’t write Shakespeare, has been found in the hand of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford. Is that an authorship candidate who just bit the dust?  Ironically, it is de Vere himself… go to article

Synonymity

Marlowe

In the race to complete a list of 100 reasons why Oxford did or did not write Shakespeare's plays, Hank Whittemore's site has taken a strong lead in the final straight and now looks certain to beat us to the magic figure. We are becalmed… go to article

Mmmm! BACON!

Marlowe

Perhaps we should give some recognition for the man who, if not a "better" candidate, at least has the primacy of place: Bacon. Before there were Oxenfraudian fantasies, there were Baconian fantasies.  A towering intellect - ground… go to article

Cipherogratography 101

Cipher nonsense, Marlowe

Ogburn's work on ciphers, along with Roper's and Burghstaler's, is not really all it should be. Like all soi-disant literary cipher-experts, they start with a desired solution and work backwards. Some will even try to connect Cardano… go to article

6. Marlowe and Control Data

Bible, Marlowe

Trying for some indirectly generated credibility, Stritmatter conducts an exercise in sensitivity analysis in Appendix E, boldly labelled "Control Data". He flounders around trying to improve the validity of his probability claims by… go to article

Integrity test

Marlowe

In the race to complete a list of 100 reasons why Oxford did or did not write Shakespeare's plays, Hank Whittemore's site has taken a strong lead in the final straight and now looks certain to beat us to the magic figure. We are becalmed… go to article

Integrity test article

Marlowe

Dear Oxfraud Despite my advice (and latterly my RULES), my partner has inadvertently invited an Oxfordian to dinner on Thursday. The last time this happened, there were broken glasses before the main course and the evening ended in tragedy… go to article