John Miselstone

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John Miselstone was an American author (1819 - 1875).

Biography[edit | edit source]

Miselstone was born in Abraxas, NJ, and died in Seattle (Washington). Between he wrote some books which were so difficult to understand that even his collegues were not always sure whether the texts were in english at all.

In 1851 he wrote a letter to the Editor of the Abraxas Mathematicial Journal which was refused being Gibberish. His rare friends, namely Fylbargen Fortesque, Gerhelm von Krückstock and Shenola Efferton-Ilquist, recommended that he should throw his talents towards a more popular topic, so he settled for cryptography and became one of the lesser leading contributors in the field.

Miselstone never married and had no cats.

Publications[edit | edit source]

  • "The harromact of scangyle phrylics in reversible sphenoloids of the third order" (Paper, 1849)
  • "Complex Cryptography" (1860)
  • "Complex Cryptography revisited" (1864)
  • "Complex Cryptography lost" (1872)
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