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Originally posted by scotms
reply to post by Molimo
Here's the links again - they are working OK my side.
Could be a total red herring but I am still curious why the photo last week took us to these pages. There are no coincidences apparentlyedit on 4-9-2011 by scotms because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by onehuman
Im guessing this is a dumb question but Inner? Have you tried just taking a screen shot of it and taking it from there?
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Originally posted by Didymus42
OK, this is still at the top of my mind, so I’m reaching out for some technical help in reading code.
There is only one reason I can think of to set the countdown timer to a time interval of milliseconds rather than the more common or traditional d/h/m/s or if the intent is to be a little more mysterious, simply a 7 digit seconds interval countdown. The reason is to set the countdown timer to 10 digits. Why? Because there are 10 digits in a phone number and Open’s phone number is intended to be an important time between now and 10/28.
The timer counts down to October 28, 2011. That was assumed very early on and then confirmed in the source code by several other ATS members (I’m sorry I wish I could give proper credit, but I’m not sure to whom it rightly belongs). Open’s phone number is 4092333735. Working backward from 0, the counter will be at 4092333735ms at some particular time between Saturday 9/10 at 3:14:00 PM and Sunday 9/11 3:13:00 PM, determined by exactly what time on Oct 28, 2011 has been written into the code as “0”. I’ve seen other dates given, but I ran these calculations in excel, and then confirmed them with wolframalfa www.wolframalpha.com... after “thelighter” pointed me there.
The fact that the counter could reach 4092333735ms on September 11 could obviously be very important. I don’t know enough about writing computer code to comment on what the reference point for the counter’s “0” time is. Is it 12:00:00 AM October 28 or another time during that day? I have my hunch, but I need some help with the code. Can some one assist?