the handwriting of JonBenet Ramsey ransom note imitates Dirty Harry's Scorpio

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the handwriting of JonBenet Ramsey ransom note imitates Dirty Harry's Scorpio

Post by redpill on Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:06 pm

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I'm typing this post on Monday Feb 6th, 2017 and AFAIK, of all the posters on ffj, weblseuths, topix reddit, et al, and all posters on daily camera, daily boulder et all,

I'm probably the first person to notice this.

pretty much 99% of RDI posters believe the handwriting of the Jonbenet Ramsey note is Patsy Ramsey's, who, we are told "of 150 suspect she is the only one who cannot be eliminated"

the fanatics over at forumsforjustice, websleuth et al, have compared the the handwriting of JonBenet Ramsey ransom note to Patsy Ramsey's handwriting, on the theory it is her handwriting.

Since the *only* handwriting they compare the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note is with Patsy's, and they have a fervent fanatical a priori belief that Patsy wrote the ransom note, an effect similar to pareidolia

Pareidolia (/pærᵻˈdoʊliə/ parr-i-DOH-lee-ə) is a psychological phenomenon involving a stimulus (an image or a sound) wherein the mind perceives a familiar pattern of something where none actually exists.

Common examples are perceived images of animals, faces, or objects in cloud formations, the man in the moon, the moon rabbit, and hidden messages within recorded music played in reverse or at higher- or lower-than-normal speeds.

Pareidolia can cause people to interpret random images, or patterns of light and shadow, as faces.[1] A 2009 magnetoencephalography study found that objects perceived as faces evoke an early (165 ms) activation of the fusiform face area at a time and location similar to that evoked by faces — whereas other common objects do not evoke such activation. This activation is similar to a slightly faster time (130 ms) that is seen for images of real faces. The authors suggest that face perception evoked by face-like objects is a relatively early process, and not a late cognitive reinterpretation phenomenon.[2] An fMRI study in 2011 similarly showed that repeated presentation of novel visual shapes that were interpreted as meaningful led to decreased fMRI responses for real objects. These results indicate that the interpretation of ambiguous stimuli depends upon processes similar to those elicited by known objects.[3]

These studies help to explain why people identify a few circles and a line as a "face" so quickly and without hesitation. Cognitive processes are activated by the "face-like" object, which alert the observer to both the emotional state and identity of the subject – even before the conscious mind begins to process – or even receive – the information. The "stick figure face", despite its simplicity, conveys mood information (in this case, disappointment or mild unhappiness). It would be just as simple to draw a stick figure face that would be perceived (by most people) as hostile and aggressive. This robust and subtle capability is hypothesized to be the result of eons of natural selection favoring people most able to quickly identify the mental state, for example, of threatening people, thus providing the individual an opportunity to flee or attack pre-emptively. In other words, processing this information subcortically (and therefore subconsciously) – before it is passed on to the rest of the brain for detailed processing – accelerates judgment and decision making when alacrity is paramount.[4] This ability, though highly specialized for the processing and recognition of human emotions, also functions to determine the demeanor of wildlife.[5]
Mimetoliths

Rocks may come to mimic recognizable forms through the random processes of formation, weathering, and erosion. Most often, the size scale of the rock is larger than the object it resembles, such as a cliff profile resembling a human face. Well-meaning people with a new interest in fossils can pick up chert nodules, concretions or pebbles resembling bones, skulls, turtle shells, dinosaur eggs, etc., in both size and shape.

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Japanese researcher Chonosuke Okamura self-published a series of reports titled Original Report of the Okamura Fossil Laboratory, in which he described tiny inclusions in polished limestone from the Silurian period (425 mya) as being preserved fossil remains of tiny humans, gorillas, dogs, dragons, dinosaurs, and other organisms, all of them only millimeters long, leading him to claim, "There have been no changes in the bodies of mankind since the Silurian period... except for a growth in stature from 3.5 mm to 1,700 mm."[6][7] Okamura's research earned him an Ig Nobel Prize (a parody of the Nobel Prizes) in biodiversity in 1996.[8][9

think of seeing jesus in a burnt toast



 occurs where one letter of the ransom note resembles a letter from Patsy's and therefore Patsy's handwriting on the ransom note. This is called over matching.

for one thing, it's possible to do this with other samples, such as Christian Wolfe, the plaintiff.

but I think that the intruder who wrote the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note wasn't trying to imitate Patsy's handwriting, nor was he trying to "disguise" his or her handwriting.

The intruder, Jonbenet's killer, was trying to imitate Dirty Harry's Scorpio

This is Dirty Harry





this is Scorpio




this is one important action Scorpio did in the 1971 movie Dirty Harry



compare Scorpio's handwriting with the Jonbenet handwriting



my contention is that the intruder who killed Jonbenet and wrote the ransom note was imitating Dirty Harry's Scorpio. Which automatically eliminates Patsy and All Ramsey's as the author.

notice and compare each letter such as letter's y e g r from the Scorpio letter to the Jonbenet Ramsey letter. They look identical.

The author of the Jonbenet Ramsey ransom note practiced handwriting from Dirty Harry Scorpio, practiced drawing letters from the Scorpio ransom note when he wrote the Jonbenet ransom note.

wikihow explains how to copy another person's handwriting

How to Copy Someone's Handwriting

Two Methods:Tracing to Learn HandwritingAnalyzing and Copying HandwritingCommunity Q&A

Your handwriting is a representation of you, so you may decide that you would like to improve it or change the style in which you write. If there is a particular form of handwriting, or a particular person’s, you may be able to adopt their style of penmanship and make your handwriting resemble the writing of others. Although the process is fairly simple, it requires quite a bit of practice in order to make the transition complete. Remember, never copy someone’s handwriting in order to forge a document or signature, as such actions can result in serious repercussions at school or work.

Tracing to Learn Handwriting


Find a source document to trace. In order to trace someone’s handwriting, you will need to locate a good source document that offers examples of most letters. In order to trace it, the document should not be on particularly thick paper, as light will need to pass through.[1]

   If you find a good example of handwriting you like online, print it out onto a sheet of regular printer paper.
   Historical documents with decorative handwriting can be found many places online, and copies of documents can be found at museums and national parks for purchase.

Place the source document over a light source. There are a number of options when it comes to using a light source to trace handwriting, depending on your budget. Regardless of your choice, place the original over the light source, then place a blank sheet of paper over it. You may choose to using tracing paper, but most white sheets of paper will work provided they aren’t too thick. You should be able to see the handwriting on the original through your blank sheet of paper. Some light source options are:[2]

   Architect Tables are desks with internal light sources that light your documents from below as you work on them.
   Light boxes are usually made of wood, with a white plastic top and an internal light source. They are usually small enough to place on top of a desk or table to use in the same way as an architect table.
   Windows can suffice if you don’t mind writing with your documents upright instead of flat on a table. Simply tape your original to the window, then place your blank piece of paper over the original on the window. Pencils work better than pens when using this method.

http://www.wikihow.com/Copy-Someone's-Handwriting


It would require a suspect who loved Dirty Harry so much they printed out that screen shot and practiced that handwriting prior to writing the Jonbenet ransom note.


Mr Cruel like Dirty Harry's Scorpio abducts girls from their homes so there's that.

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