Nobody knows the answer, I'm not saying this is right, but no one knows if this OR anything else is wrong until Mike says so, so no matter how far-fetched any of these theories sound they're still valid for now. And besides, the closest we've got so far, the Trinity Test, ended up being de-bunked because people thought that a t-shirt had already been made for it, which sounds odd all on it's own, but it was out last year, and now everyone's stumped again.
how do you get "4 instances in that whole binary where one of the 8 divisions starts with a “1″"??
i think there are loads of them..
Jason Jones said:Nobody knows the answer, I'm not saying this is right, but no one knows if this OR anything else is wrong until Mike says so, so no matter how far-fetched any of these theories sound they're still valid for now. And besides, the closest we've got so far, the Trinity Test, ended up being de-bunked because people thought that a t-shirt had already been made for it, which sounds odd all on it's own, but it was out last year, and now everyone's stumped again.
Noo Basically, to decode the binary you must split the entire binary into devisions of 8, that means you count from the very first number up to the 8th number, then that first devision is a single letter or symbol or space, but this is only if the first number in each devision is 0. You keeping doing this through out the coding, but eventually you find 4 devisions that starts with the number 1, instead of 0.
So for example;
01100001 - This is the letter "A"
11100011 - This you'll notice starts with 1, because it starts with 1 it doesn't make any letter or space or symbol, it creates what seems to be more than one random symbols. Like in the first link in my original post (Except in that link there's all 4 in there, each one ends on ";")
So when you find these 4 devisions that start with 1, you decode them in the order they came in and you get what's in my first link, you copy that into google and you get what's in my second link, then the third link's the wikipedia page on it.
Lyra Zhang said:how do you get "4 instances in that whole binary where one of the 8 divisions starts with a “1″"??
i think there are loads of them..
Jason Jones said:Nobody knows the answer, I'm not saying this is right, but no one knows if this OR anything else is wrong until Mike says so, so no matter how far-fetched any of these theories sound they're still valid for now. And besides, the closest we've got so far, the Trinity Test, ended up being de-bunked because people thought that a t-shirt had already been made for it, which sounds odd all on it's own, but it was out last year, and now everyone's stumped again.
okay..
you do have a point..
but why is everybody ignoring the image itself..
ehh..it has a weird position dont you think..?
anyway,thanks for explaining..
Jason Jones said:Noo Basically, to decode the binary you must split the entire binary into devisions of 8, that means you count from the very first number up to the 8th number, then that first devision is a single letter or symbol or space, but this is only if the first number in each devision is 0. You keeping doing this through out the coding, but eventually you find 4 devisions that starts with the number 1, instead of 0.
So for example;
01100001 - This is the letter "A"
11100011 - This you'll notice starts with 1, because it starts with 1 it doesn't make any letter or space or symbol, it creates what seems to be more than one random symbols. Like in the first link in my original post (Except in that link there's all 4 in there, each one ends on ";")
So when you find these 4 devisions that start with 1, you decode them in the order they came in and you get what's in my first link, you copy that into google and you get what's in my second link, then the third link's the wikipedia page on it.
Lyra Zhang said:how do you get "4 instances in that whole binary where one of the 8 divisions starts with a “1″"??
i think there are loads of them..
Jason Jones said:Nobody knows the answer, I'm not saying this is right, but no one knows if this OR anything else is wrong until Mike says so, so no matter how far-fetched any of these theories sound they're still valid for now. And besides, the closest we've got so far, the Trinity Test, ended up being de-bunked because people thought that a t-shirt had already been made for it, which sounds odd all on it's own, but it was out last year, and now everyone's stumped again.
Yeahh the image itself does seem to be at an odd angle tbh... But in Mike's latest blog post he's goin on about using google more to find out the answer, and urgh I dunno.
Frankly I'd just rather Mike stop leading this treasure hunt and tell us, aha, we'll see.
And no worries, it's a pretty far out theory tbh so xD It's cool.
Lyra Zhang said:okay..
you do have a point..
but why is everybody ignoring the image itself..
ehh..it has a weird position dont you think..?
anyway,thanks for explaining..
Jason Jones said:Noo Basically, to decode the binary you must split the entire binary into devisions of 8, that means you count from the very first number up to the 8th number, then that first devision is a single letter or symbol or space, but this is only if the first number in each devision is 0. You keeping doing this through out the coding, but eventually you find 4 devisions that starts with the number 1, instead of 0.
So for example;
01100001 - This is the letter "A"
11100011 - This you'll notice starts with 1, because it starts with 1 it doesn't make any letter or space or symbol, it creates what seems to be more than one random symbols. Like in the first link in my original post (Except in that link there's all 4 in there, each one ends on ";")
So when you find these 4 devisions that start with 1, you decode them in the order they came in and you get what's in my first link, you copy that into google and you get what's in my second link, then the third link's the wikipedia page on it.
Lyra Zhang said:how do you get "4 instances in that whole binary where one of the 8 divisions starts with a “1″"??
i think there are loads of them..
Jason Jones said:Nobody knows the answer, I'm not saying this is right, but no one knows if this OR anything else is wrong until Mike says so, so no matter how far-fetched any of these theories sound they're still valid for now. And besides, the closest we've got so far, the Trinity Test, ended up being de-bunked because people thought that a t-shirt had already been made for it, which sounds odd all on it's own, but it was out last year, and now everyone's stumped again.
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