Adam Martin's originals are in German.
This translation is done by me, the webmaster, as good as possible, it is not proof corrected by the author.
Proof For The Right Interpretation Of The Phaistos Disc (Sept 2009)
The Readability Of The Phaistos Disc
The readability of every text is based on the alignment of its letters
to the linguistic shaping of the content.
A language puts over informations as phonetic sequences, the script records them.
This can generally only happen by phonetic values of any kind.
Without phonemes a script would be ambiguous and therefore worthless.
Therefore the glyphes must work like characters.
In contrary to single words a text is formal such a complex phonetic sequence
that its interpretation as a whole subject cannot be interpretated wrong,
for it cannot be changed to another readable text by replacing single phonetics or phonetic groups.
A text can only be read with the same principle in which it was written down.
If side A of the Phaistos Disc can be read as a reasonable ancient Grecian text,
the way to its decipherment is found.
I don't know why Proto-Indo-European linguists ignore those realistic considerations.
I have never got a real honest answer.
Perhaps our historic grammar isn't realistic enugh
and must be protected from the comparison with a real text.
Real languages cannot be reconstructed by applying hypotheses! They must be read!