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  • Shawn G.

    Not sure what this means, but I am definitely intrigued.

  • suuuup

    someone call nick cage
    looking forward to this game ^^

  • 4 8 15 16 23 42 🙂

  • Grizzly Gaymer

    30° 44′ 0.40 N 65° 9′ 52.82 W is about 100 miles South of Bermuda.. Possibly Bermuda Triangle?
    Don’t currently have time to delve deeper, but that was my first attempt with this.

    • Grizzly Gaymer

      30 44 0 40 65 9 52 82 34 58 83 57 62 66 82 57

      32 91 11 2 58 6 27 71 14 44 64 36 48 38 40 53

      38 43 53 45 41 47 47 37 44 42 35 45 35 38 52 32

      42 57 36 46 54 50 41 42 51 32 38 39 31 43 25

      38 56 24 46 65 36 51 63 55 48 42 65 16 22 31 7

      17 49 11 30 53 19 35 42 23 33 29 19 23 20 7 7

      35 1 9 5 4 31 67 For people that want to play with the numbers.

      • Grizzly Gaymer

        Numbers could be paired in 3’s 7 times for both “paragraphs”. Numbers repeated and times

        Used Twice
        9 11 19 30 40 41 43 45 46 47 48 51 52 58 82
        Used Three times
        31 32 36 7 44 53 57 65
        Used 5 times
        38 42

  • Mike J

    So, my thinking is they’re 3D points – given there are 51 numbers in each block, giving us 17 x,y,z co-ordinates. If you plot them, you get something like the attached – the first is quite spirally, the second more vague – looks a bit like a robot if you rotate it around a bit. Could they be constellations?

  • Mark

    Lorenz Cipher SZ40

    • Mike J

      I wonder if it’s more likely a Lorenz attractor – or maybe we’re looking at a butterfly of some sort?