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- In a comment in the page source, it says 16-8-71-22-8-7-49(4D)
- The clue says that we have enough elements, so you need to refer to the periodic table of elements
- Decoding what is says in the page source using element abbreviations from the periodic table of elements gives 'SOLUTION IN 4D'
- Decoding the codes on the main page using element abbreviations from the periodic table of elements gives 'THE SOLUTION IS CUBE'
- A 4D (4 dimensional) cube is a 'hypercube'
- Type hypercube into the field and click OK.
- The page source says 'image used in the riddle : 51.png'
- Print out 51.png and cut along the red lines and fold along the blue lines... some pieces will not be able to be completed, throw these away.
- The letters you will get are CALL, type 'call' into the field and click OK.
- A virus is found, but it isn't a computer virus
- The code GED/S/L a+++ e+++++ is Geek Code, which can be decoded at http://www.geekcode.com/geek.html
- Decoded this tells us these things about the person: Geek of Education, Geek of Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, etc.), Geek of Literature; My age is 60 and up; I am Stephen Hawking.
- Steven Hawking has ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig's disease, the answer is gehrig
- In the page source for the clue page it has some text, copy from the '/' through to the '.wav' and then paste it into notepad; put a line return every 30 characters and you can read codes.wav. (Their are 30 dashes up to the '/', that is how to know to put an enter every 30 characters).
- You need to download codes.wav, starting from the clue page URL, i.e. from http://www.ouverture-facile.com/clues/codes.wav
- Slow this file down and you have instructions to type out text in exactly the same format as you just saw to get codes.wav, including where to put the enters
- You get the word 'lions'; type 'lions' into the field and click OK.
- The page source has 'DTMF' and 'isbn.wav' in it, so download isbn.wav, if you listen to it it has dtmf tones (phone dial tones) in it.
- These dial tones are the number 0802132952, which is the ISBN number for the book "Naked Lunch" by William S. Burroughs
- Type 'burroughs' into the field and click OK.
- Notice the red lines, they separate the colours into
- The hex values represent colours
- Starting from the top left
- fcd116 is yellow, 00337f is blue, ce1126 is red; a yellow/blue/red horizontal-striped flag is columbia
- ef2b2d is yellow, ffffff is white, 00a3dd is red; a yellow/white/red horizontal-striped flag is luxembourg
- d81e05 is red, ffffff is white, d81e05 is red; a red/white/red horizontal-striped flag is austria
- Then there is a '.'
- 009e60 is green, fcd116 is yellow, 3a75c4 is blue; a green/yellow/blue flag is gabon
- Now moving across the bottom
- 009977 is green, ffffff is white, d81e05 is red; a green/white/red vertical-striped flag is italy
- 00335b is blue, ffffff is white, d81c3f is red, a blue/white/red vertical-striped flag is france
- Taking the first letters we have cla.gif
- It turns out you need to use cola.gif which includes the first two letters of columbia, but I don't know why!!!
- Of course once you've viewed cola.gif you've got to look at coca.gif
- In coca.dif we've got a light greeny colour which is actually represented by the hex value deface, it also says #.png, so we now look at deface.png
- In this new image we've got the text ALT in the colour represent by hex value 657684, so if we type Alt-65 (hold down Alt, press 6 then 5 then release Alt), Alt-76, Alt-84 we get ALT
- So the background colour is 696585, which deriving the same way as above we get EAU
- The name of the level is licence and the shockwave name is plates.swf
- The International Licence Plate code with value EAU is for the country of uganda
- E numbers represent food colouring additives & the title is additives
- Better Be Right Or Your Great Big Venture Goes West (from the clue) is a mnemonic for the ratings of electrical components such as resistors, which assigns values to colours
- Using this the text in the top right is E151=black=0; E100=curcumin=yellow=4; E150=caramel=brown=1; E130=blue=6; E111=orange=3; E170=white=9; E124=ponceau=red=2; E140=Chlorophylis=green=5; E111=orange=3
- This gives us 041639253
- Working on the letters/numbers on the main part of the puzzle they are broken up into columns... so lookup the letter in the 2nd column against '0' in the first column to get 'o'
- Similarly find the letter in the 4th column corresponding to '4' in the 3rd column gives m
- Continuing we get omega.png
- Continuing the theme we have a resistor with food colouring as values, the colours correspond as: E111=orange=3; e100=yellow=4; e124=red=2; e140=green=5
- This works out, on a 4-colour resistor as 3400+/-0.5% (Note: I believe it is +/- 5%, however it appears that the puzzle is desinged as +/- 0.5% as there are only images for values between 3383 and 3417, which is +/-5%)
- Looking at images such as 3383.png, 3384.png, through to 3417.png, they all say 'NO' except for 3415.png which says fiftyseven.html
- Map out the prime numbers on the grid
- Prime numbers include 2, 151, 421, 83, 179, 11, 211, 311, 19, 13, 269, 23, 89, 257, 401, 31, 47, 131, 97, 7, 277, 73, 79, 373, 3
- Mark the appropriate blocks on a John Conway Game of Life Grid and iterate by 1 step
- You can see read answer, it is oil
- The image on the phone is a 2D barcode
- You can decode the image with a variety of tools, an online one is here: http://www.drhu.org/QRCode/QRCodeDecodeJava.php
- If you need a copy of the image, I've uploaded one here: http://img261.imageshack.us/img261/9310/barcode8qo.jpg
- Once decoded the text is "wan;SUB:can you solve this?;BODY:a.jpgXORb.jpg;;"
- Download a.jpg and b.jpg
- Combine them with an XOR operation and then, if necessary, invert the colours
- You need to decode this barcode
- I've also uploaded a copy of it here: http://img219.imageshack.us/img219/861/barcode39vt.jpg
- Once decoded it says "the;SUB:answer is;BODY:produce;;"
- The answer is produce
- Look at the small letters in the words: unzampthree
- i.e. unza.mp3, so download that and listen to it
- Looking at only the capital letters in the clue we read TCTGTATTA, this is a DNA code (i.e. the letters GTAC)
- After the singing he says "whoa, whoa, whoa. C'mon emir, I know you CAn. Could you Give me musiC insTeAd of Cries. Come on. You need To TrusT in you so you can beCome fAmous", highlighting the GTAC letters here would give us CCACGCTACCTTTCA
- CCA-CGC-TAC-CTT-TCA is, as the template strand for a DNA to Amino Acid conversion glycine, alanine, methionine, glutamic acid, serine
- Using the standard 1-letter abbreviation for each of those amino acids, we get glycine=G, alanine=A, methionine=M, glutamic acid=E, serine=S. The answer is GAMES.
- The title of the page, using numbers on a phone, converts to 'olympic games'
- The text in the clue, using numbers on a phone, converts to 'phone:[sum[calling codes(summer) + calling codes(winter)]-women=?.png'
- Around the rings is written '.764' a number of times, .764 converts to .png, so look at the colours.png, i.e. blue.png, yellow.png, black.png, green.png and red.png, but they don't tell you anything except 'color=26567', this means that we need to convert the colours to numbers and then lookup the corresponding image.
- blue.png = 2583.png = 1980
- yellow.png = 935569.png = 1964
- black.png = 25225.png = 1928
- green.png = 47336.png = 1952
- red.png = 733.png = 1968
- The locations of these Olympics were Soviet Union (1980 Summer), USA (1980 Winter), Japan (1964 Summer), Austria (1964 Winter), Netherlands (1928 Summer), Switzerland (1928 Winter), Finland (1952 Summer), Norway (1952 Winter), Mexico (1968 Summer), France(1968 Winter)
- The international telephone calling codes for these countries are:
- Summer: Soviet Union - 7; Japan - 81; Netherlands - 31; Finland - 358; Mexico - 52
- Winter: USA: 1; Austria - 43; Switzerland - 41; Norway - 47; France - 33
- Sum of the summer calling codes is 529; sum of the winter calling codes is 165; the sum of these two numbers is 694
- There were 694 athletes at the 1952 Oslo games, 109 of these were women
- Visit 585.png and see thegrid.html
- In the page source it says "text used in the level : codes", so look at codes.txt
- The text of that file is (with no line breaks, I've added the line breaks in at arbitrary points here):
- The letters don't matter, only the case matters
- Work out which letters are lower case and which are uppercase, you're going to need to contruct a 25x25 2D barcode based on those 625 letters where the capital letters are coloured dark and the lowercase letters are coloured white (or uncoloured)
- Convert this 2D barcode to read 'MATMSG:BODY:option.htm;;'
- Visit option.htm, which is an error page, but note the page source which has odd capitalisation.
- The capitalised letters are EFFORTHTML
- There is some text in the top left of the flash image, you can see it by clicking on the image and pressing tab until it has the focus, it will then be highlighted.
- It says:
- Thee title of the level is, translate, The Knights Templars, or Poor Knights of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon (pauperes commilitones Christi templique Salomonici)
- The name of the flash movie is molay, jacques de molay was one of the heads of the Knights Templar
- The way to plot the given co-ordinates is:
- Given [a;b][c;d] draw a line from where x=a and y=b through to where x=c and y=d; if more than 2 co-ordinates, just keep drawing
- Given ([a:b][c:d],[e:f][g:h]) draw the line [a:b][c:] and then draw the line [e:f][g:h]
- Given ([a,b:c]=.) along the line [a:c][b:c] put a dot (don't draw the line)
- If you plot the numbers from the first line (as x,y co-ordinates on a graph) then you get a maltese cross
- The Knights Templars used a system of coding their messages called pigpen. The pigpen coding using a Maltese Cross was called "Le chiffre des templiers", and using that coding method the second line of the text from above decodes as rand[v+u+t+e+a+n+r+d], the rand just means randomise it or mix it up, i.e. an anagram.
- Answer is adventure
- The clue says "clue : no clue", but it is interesting that this is not text, but an image called clue.gif that shows this text.
- If you take a closer look at clue.gif you'll see that the bottom part of the image is a coloured transparent with white text on it, the text is backwards and read reversed reads "?tiaau eshhwo masWaf al'.de nstynH" (the letters are reversed); we'll decipher this clue later.
- The shockwave file shown is off.swf, take a look at on.swf
- The page looks blank but there is a text field in there, if you right click on the page of the book and choose "Select All", then right click again and choose "Copy", then paste this into notepad you can read the text.
- The text reads "Yes, indeed, hose are te marks of teth impinted pon the metal! The jaws which they arm must be possessed of amazig strength. s there some monster beneath us belonging to the extint races, more voracious than the shark, more fearful in vastness than the hale? I could not take my eyes off this indented ion bar. Surely wll my las nght’s dream be realised?
These thoughts agitated me all day, ad my imaination scarcely calmed down after sevral hours’ sleep.
Monday, August 17. — I am trying to recall the peculiar instincts of the monsters of the preadamite world, who, coming net in succession aftr the molluscs, the custaeans and le fshe, precded the animal of mammalian race upon the earh. Te world thn belonged to retiles. Those monstes held the mastery in the seas f the secondary period. They possessed a perct organiation, gigantic proportions, prodigiou strength. The saurians of our day, the alligatrs and the crocodiles, are but feeble reproductions of their foefathers of primitive ages."
- This is text from Chapter 33 of Journey to the Interior of the Earth with some letters missing.
- The letters that are missing are "therunicwritingexercisestheprofessor", i.e. the runic writing exercises the professor, which is the title of Chapter 3 of the same book.
- In Chapter 3, The Professor discovers some writing which has been coded by Arne Saknussemm, if we use his coding algorithm to decode the text we got from the clue then we at last get the real clue which is "Hefoundaway.What'shislastname?"
- His last name is Saknussemm, type that into the field and click OK.
- We get a 404 error page, but if we look at the page source code of that error page and note that some characters are in capital letters and they are "HVWPRSOEEEELHN", decoding this (over 3 lines because the page source is broken up into 3 parts) we get "NEPHEWLOVESHER".
- The nephew in the book loves grauben.
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