“I created a two photo overlay. First I made BC #9 partially transparent and reduced it to be exactly 80 percent of its original size — a significant discovery. Then, I copied it and pasted it over BC #7. the last step was moving the date stamp of BC #9 over the date stamp of BC #7. They aligned perfectly. Another significant discovery.”
They don’t look to me like they perfectly aligned. In the second overlaid picture I see two dots by the J and two dots in the crook of the 7 and two dots down by the bottom of the 7. But in the first overlaid picture where you can see the dates separately there is only one dot by the J and one dot by the crook of the 7 and one dot down by the bottom of the 7. If they perfectly aligned there would just be the single dots and not the pairs of dots.
Sorry, but you'll have to use visuals here if you want me to see what you see, and also, define what you mean by "dots."