Thanks to Laura Miller, Salon
Ms. Miller offers a stunningly concise roundup of why she thinks the Code is, in her words, a "crock."
My goal with this blog is to provide as complete a resource as possible for the many well-documented books, articles and blogs that have likewise detected the bull offal essence of the Code. Prodigious quantities of this essence has been detected. To hold it all would require a Congressional-sized crock.
I will also use this to keep people up to date on my legal battle over the Crock as well.
My lawyers made new filings in court on Frida, April 8, and I'll be posting them as soon as I have time.
Two significant things about the new filings:
First, we have expanded the number of significant infringements considerably. It seems that every time a new expert takes a look at the works, OR an existing expert takes another look, more and more and more infringements come out of the woodwork.
As a result, there are a LOT more details in my new filings and a LOT MORE which we simply did not have allotted space to detail.
Second, that reference to "allotted space" in the previous sentence refers to the fact that the Court has restricted filings to a maximum of 40, double-spaced pages. We have found so many new infringements that go to the very heart of the books that the lawyers had to forego information dealing with Da Vinci Legacy and concentrate on just Daughter of God.
In other words, because of space limitations and new infringement data, we had to ignore (for these filings) the hard evidence of infringement between Da Vinci Legacy and Code.
We also had to omit some of the specific details of the new Daughter of God infringements that were found. I'll post some of them on this blog as well.