posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 10:18 AM
Like DraconianKing, I'm not trying to be more silent on this one, I'm just reeling at all the possibilities that could be used to solve this thing.
Here are my thoughts to date:
* I believe the fact that there are 26 blacked out dots or squares is significant
* I believe the file names are significant as they each vary in length, but with no set pattern that I can see. Below are the names for each glyph
with the count of characters in the filename in parenthesis:
* The thought had occurred to me that since a variety of techniques were employed to solve each of the 10 previous puzzles that maybe this, the final
puzzle, might be so difficult as to require a little but of each technique in order to solve this one.
For example, look at how the first three sets of glyphs are "symmetrical" if you rotate the 1st or 3rd glyph in the second set on it's horizontal
axis. You would have the following numbers for missing dots:
2, 13, 2
19, 11, 19 (or 2, 11, 2)
8, 20, 8
That reminds me of the RGB channels in puzzle four where the Red and Blue channels were always the same.
I know it's a stretch, but I'm trying to consider all of the possibilities here.