Discussion in 'News' started by Derek, Apr 6, 2012.
IM GOING CRAZY THINKING ABOUT THIS
Whatchutalkinaboutwillis? Oh and we get it you like smilies.
I'm giving up too, Mike if you're seeing this thread please give us more hints!
I tried it already. =/ but maybe these are still a step in the right direction. they aren't the answer though.
Thanks guy for entertaining me the last 30 minutes. I was off for some real-life the last 5 hours. The last half an hour i've red hundreds of post full of hope, desperation and Excitement. Couldn't have asked for a better novel. Thanks!
Hmm. This has gotten interesting.
Are we sure it's potatoes and not tomatoes?
Well I don't think that picture files have something in them. It's just base64-encoded jpegs. No mp3's or txt or anything hidden as far as I can see.
The message says: "sixteen color green, watch the moon hear it soon" any ideas wtf does it mean?
Mike says Cipher... We need the whole puzzle for get all the codes...
This Mike... Master of Trolls!!
Please, dont go alone, take this
Right. I'm assuming that whatever we find in the code is something we have to enter into the terminal.
Mike changed his background on Twitter, https://twitter.com/#!/m_shinoda
I recently noticed that...
They're giving us an all tomato.
Does no one else see words below Chester's nose?
How tall is Chester? 5'10".
What did the tweet say? "5.4." = 5'4"
I will go to bed and hope that you have figured this out until I wake up tomorrow! I'm counting on you!
I don't think Chester's height has anything to do with it, but holy shit I do see words. Someone get this picture into photoshop and keep your eye on the letters under Chester's nose.
It's the first puzzle
Where does that come from?
What? Where did you get that from?
here's my 2 cents for anyone interested
you've all been looking at the message as though we need to cipher the page, read the coding. what if they meant cipher the NOUN rather than cipher the VERB.
As in: 5. 4. 0. It's there.
i might be completly wrong, but maybe search through the coding or the actual page for the number 540?
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