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Here’s a note from GCHQ Puzzle Master Daniel:
“It’s definitely a tricky one. We’ve rated it as a four out of six on our Enigma Rotor Scale of Difficulty. So don’t expect to crack it straight away. It will take plenty of brain power. Even better, I’d recommend putting the kettle on and getting a bunch of your friends, family or work colleagues together to bring some collective thought to the problem. Good luck!”
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: Misterlondon
Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote Rime of the Ancient Mariner whilst on an opium bender.
Louis Pasteur was good at chemistry.
Ludwig van Beethoven loved to indulge in pharmaceuticals.
originally posted by: Brotherman
a reply to: Op3nM1nd3d
It is a logic connective problem to be solved, it involves venn diagrams and logic
summary of wtf I am on about
I think the total of the 2 separate pieces of information is the answer to the question, I think the worded part is a formula and the cryptic part is a ratio.
originally posted by: Op3nM1nd3d
a reply to: Brotherman
Can`t argue with that, there is always logic behind it. What you are missing is a set of rules which I believe are these three names as the three lines. All of the same sequence with second line being the intersection. If the names themselves are the key to decrypt the message, I can`t tell. Right now I`m trying to find a pattern but no luck so far...
I might lose patience on a Friday night though