posted on Aug, 12 2008 @ 12:25 AM
Originally posted by Ian McLean
No, the closest match I found was adding two rows of green color values in the original image, then converting to text:
SKEGRJAIH FWBLOX OPGFEH ARFSAJC HDJARWYYH HWXJZ (posted letters)
SKEGRJAIH FWBLOX OPGFEH ARFSAJC KGLDWMRRK KMABS (row 47 + row 57)
The last two words just seem random though.
Well, here's a picture of the pattern. What I did was basically take the straight translation from hex to ascii, made that row "0" then I shifted
the ascii chart down one for each row 1, 2, 3, etc...
The yellow bands are the only 4 rows where all the characters are alphabet with no symbols.
I then highlighted in blue the letters they gave us. You can see the pattern is somewhat regular, like you said for the first 4 words, alternating
between an ascii shift of 5 and 4. Then when you get to the last 2 words, the shift goes all crazy:
Click here to see the full image
You can read the numbers across the bottom. You can see visually that there is some symmetry to the pattern, but the end there is no pattern what so
ever. What exactly did you add or whatever to get those numbers?