Douglas Vogt, who owns a scanner hardware and document repository software company, came under fire when it was discovered that his 22-page analysis claiming that the White House PDF of Barack Obama’s long-form birth certificate was a forgery, was hosted on a web site full of junk science and crackpot views, including a countdown timer to the date that a star is going nova ushering in he next ice age. The Vector Associates website, which appears to be owned by Vogt, promotes his and other far-out books including God’s Day of Judgment: The Real Cause of Global Warming.
The anti-Obama material has been moved from the Vector Associates web site, now hosted at Vogt’s scanner company web site here and the 22-page report has been expanded to 28 pages. Vogt is writing in large red type. Things must be getting pretty serious to bring out the big red stuff. 🙄
Birther material has returned to the VectorPub web site as of October, 2013.