posted on Aug, 8 2008 @ 06:34 PM
Another possible angle to go at this with is with the Palette Index. I don't really know if this is something that is set up by the person making
the image, or if the graphics program automatically sets it up, but regardless, of 256 possible values, these colors don't go any higher than 22.
This makes me think they might somehow correspond to letters of the alphabet, but I haven't been able to get anything useful yet.
Here are the values for each word, assuming the bright pink lines are spaces (they have a an index value of 1):
All of this might be nothing (I personally think the green-value angle is the way to go), but I thought I might bring it up in case it helps anybody.
I converted it to letters and got a garbled mess, and so I tried to figure it out like a cryptogram, but I haven't got anywhere with that yet. This
ain't your Sunday-morning paper cryptogram, that's for sure.
To Deaf Alien: your numbers are all right, except for the second to last word... it's got a double-109 in there. So that one should be:
To sos37: I tried that approach, subtracting the green from the red/blue. The highest number you get from this is 29, so it can't be converted
directly to letters, and 29 (or 1D hex) on the ASCII scale is not a letter. But the fact that the red/blue value is always higher than the green does
seem like there's something to that.
Good luck everybody... I'm going to continue pulling my hair out over this.