Source:Roper et al:Joseph Smith, the ''Times and Seasons'', and Central American Ruins:have applied the latest iteration of computer analyses to the unsigned editorials that appear in 1842 in the Times and Seasons

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Matthew Roper, Paul J. Fields, and Atul Nepal: "have applied the latest iteration of computer analyses to the unsigned editorials that appear in 1842 in the Times and Seasons"

Matthew Roper, Paul J. Fields, and Atul Nepal,

For over three decades now, computer analyses (using human-written programs, of course) have been used to differentiate the writing styles of authors. Over these decades, the analyses have become more sophisticated and more accurate, though accuracy is still relegated to probability, never certainty. Matt Roper, Paul Fields, and Atul Nepal have applied the latest iteration of computer analyses to the unsigned editorials that appear in 1842 in the Times and Seasons. Did Joseph Smith write the LDS editorial comments on Stephens and Catherwood’s book on Central American ruins? Read and see. —(Click here to continue) [1]

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  1. Matthew Roper, Paul J. Fields, and Atul Nepal, "Joseph Smith, the Times and Seasons, and Central American Ruins," Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture 22:2 (2013)