Binary Decoder Analysis of Pages 14-16 of Jim Penniston's Binary Codes by Joe R. Luciano

UPDATED 2012/2/21
All text 2012-2014 by Joseph R. Luciano
All Notebook Images 2012-2014 by James Penniston

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2012/2/21 - by Joe R. Luciano
Using Binary Decoder v3.1

Introduction

Analysis of 3 Pages (Pages #14, #15 and #16) of Binary Codes written down by former USAF S/Sgt. James Penniston on December 28, 1980 from photo images of original notebook pages as provided by James Penniston.

For each page, I have listed the ORIGINAL binary codes as they were displayed on the photo images of the original 3 pages. As best as possible, the spaces between groups of binary digits were preserved as written on the original pages.

The ARRANGED codes were modified ONLY by adding/removing spaces and moving bits from one line to the next to make obvious groups of 8. THE BINARY DECODER TOTALLY IGNORES SPACES. So, they have no effect whatsoever in the decoding process.

When feeding the ARRANGED binary code into the Binary Decoder:

NO bits were moved out of relative position within the overall stream of bits.
NO bits were added or removed from the original source codes.
NO bits were modified from 0 to 1 or 1 to 0.

ONLY after seeing the results of the decoding from 8-bit binary ASCII into characters did I determine to add, remove or change bits where the resulting characters did not make any sense due to transmission errors of the binary bits. All such corrections are fully documented in my notes alongside the code.

I have presented the precise decoding (without any bit modification) of the original binary code into 8-bit ASCII characters as produced by the Binary Decoder, and then shown my interpretation after the inserting, removing or changing of bits to compensate for "transmission errors", and thus make the characters contextually relevant.

NOTE: Scroll all the way to the bottom to see the composite of the decoded Pages 14-16.


Page 14 - ORIGINAL CODE:
0100010101011001
01000 101
0 101 0011
010011110100011 0
010110010100111101
01010101010010
0100010101011001 01
000 0 10 10
1010011

Page 14 - ARRANGED CODE:
01000101 01011001
01000101 01010011
01001111 01000110
01011001 01001111
01010101 01010010
01000101 01011001
01000010 10101001 1

Page 14 - BINARY DECODER RESULTS:
01000101 01011001  
E Y  
01000101 01010011  
E S  
01001111 01000110  
O F  
01011001 01001111  
Y O  
01010101 01010010  
U R  
01000101 01011001  
E Y  
01000010 10101001 1   <-- Extra 0 bit in position 6? Would be: 01000101 01010011
B [exs]   <--                            Would be:        E        S


Total Source Bit Count = 113
Should Form 14 bytes with 1 excess bits
Results = 14 bytes with 1 excess bits in 1 groups

PAGE 14 - Full Text Message:
EYESOFYOUREYB

PAGE 14 - My interpretation with apparent transmission error "extra 0" removed from original binary (see notes above):
EYESOFYOUREYES   <-- Interpreted with extra binary zero removed


Page 15 - ORIGINAL CODE:
0100111101010010
0100100101000111
0100100101001110
0011010100110010
0011 000 00 111001
00 11 0100 00110010
001101 01 0011 0011
0011 0010 01001110
00110001 00 11
00110011 000 1
001100110011
0001 00 11
0010 00110110
011100101010 111

Page 15 - ARRANGED CODE:
01001111 01010010
01001001 01000111
01001001 01001110
00110101 00110010
00110000 0111001
00110100 00110010
00110101 00110011
00110010 01001110
00110001 00110011
00110001 00110011
00110001 00110010
00110110
01110010 1010111

Page 15 - BINARY DECODER RESULTS:
01001111 01010010 
O R 
01001001 01000111 
I G 
01001001 01001110 
I N 
00110101 00110010 
5 2 
00110000 0111001   <-- Missing 0 in position 9? Would be: 00110000 00111001
0 [exs]    <--                          Would be:        0        9
00110100 00110010 
4 2 
00110101 00110011 
5 3 
00110010 01001110 
2 N 
00110001 00110011 
1 3 
00110001 00110011 
1 3 
00110001 00110010 
1 2 
00110110  
6  
01110010 1010111 <-- Missing 0 at begininng? Would be: 00111001 01010111
r [exs] <--                         Would be:        9        W


Total Source Bit Count = 198
Should Form 24 bytes with 6 excess bits
Results = 23 bytes with 14 excess bits in 2 groups

PAGE 15 - Full Text Message:
ORIGIN520?42532N1313126r?

PAGE 15 - My interpretation with apparent transmission error "dropped 0-bits" added into original binary (see notes above):
ORIGIN520942532N13131269W   <-- Interpreted with additional binary zeros


Page 16 - ORIGINAL CODE:
01 00 111101010010 01
001 00 1 0 1 00 0
111 01001001 0100
11 1 0 0101100101000
1010100000 1 010100
1000111000 001100
01 00110 000
0011000 0

Page 16 - ARRANGED CODE:
01001111 01010010
01001001 01000111
01001001 01001110
01011001 01000101
01000001 01010010
00111000 00110001
00110000 00110000

Page 16 - BINARY DECODER RESULTS:
01001111 01010010
O R
01001001 01000111
I G
01001001 01001110
I N
01011001 01000101
Y E
01000001 01010010
A R
00111000 00110001
8 1
00110000 00110000
0 0


Total Source Bit Count = 112
Should Form 14 bytes with 0 excess bits
Results = 14 bytes with 0 excess bits in 0 groups

PAGE 16 - Full Text Message:
ORIGINYEAR8100

Pages 14-16 - Composite of Message:
EYESOFYOUREYB
ORIGIN520?42532N1313126r?
ORIGINYEAR8100

Pages 14-16 - With "Appropriate" spaces:
EYES OF YOUR EYB
ORIGIN 520?42532N 1313126r?
ORIGIN YEAR 8100

My interpretation with apparent transmission error "dropped zeros" added into original binary:
(See Page 15 notes above)
EYES OF YOUR EYES             <-- Interpreted with extra binary zero removed
ORIGIN 520942532N 13131269W   <-- Interpreted with missing binary zeros added back
ORIGIN YEAR 8100





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All text 2012-2014 by Joseph R. Luciano
All Notebook Images 2012-2014 by James Penniston