posted on Mar, 30 2017 @ 10:37 AM
So after playing with this puzzle for a little bit, I have been able to reproduce everything that they've done, in exactly the same way. It's a very
clever play on prime numbers and factorization of primes, and a little bit of a magic trick.
They start with the desired outcome of a number sequence, which can represent anything they want. Then that number sequence is multiplied by a
repeating prime number, such as 3, or 6, to get the 3rd part of the number, which is basically a prime repeating number, included in a division
problem made up of factored primes. By using this, they can predetermine any sequence of numbers to represent any combination of letters and
characters, whether that be an onion address, or a url, or a DNA sequence. It's pretty clever, but at the end of the day, it's just math.
What I don't like, is the toying with people by telling them that this puzzle comes from a supreme intelligence. Yes, this is smart. Yes, it is
clever. But it is easily reproducible by people, and immediately excludes it for me. Pi and 7 are both prime numbers, one of which has a repeating
decimal. By using these in the Hebrew reference, it feels an awful lot like someone trying to use trickery with math to convince people that religion
is wrong, there is no God and the universe is finite with aliens pushing all of their thoughts into our heads. That sh!t bothers me, which is why I
set out to not just solve the puzzle, but reverse engineer the entire thing.
I would consider the puzzle legit and the math legit, the message is IMO, a hoax. If I have time today, I'll put together a post showing how it was