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Gordon's work in brief
Gordon showed that the odd statistical and textual features in the Voynich Manuscript could have been produced by using a low-tech method that involved a large table of gibberish syllables, and a set of cards with holes in different permutations, to combine different syllables from the table.
Gordon has written a series of articles about issues involved in hoaxing a document like the Voynich Manuscript:
Why make a hoax look like an unknown language?
What expert linguists would be looking out for
The materials involved
Planning the book structure
Creating the word structure for the hoax
Producing the text
Producing the illustrations and script
Categorised links to Gordon's other blog articles about the Manuscript
Non-random structures within text produced this way
A replica by Gordon of a page from the Voynich Manuscript