Originally posted by tontsum
I have also considered this (my posts a few weeks ago, just when the site appeared).
If you only look the overlapping holes, it looks like L1L1 is written in a circle.
There are 22 rings -> 22 +4 letters in English alphabet, could be a cipher. And if you could start in some point and move clockwise or counter-clockwise it could be a phrase of some sort where the number of circle where the hole is in corresponds to a letter. But I've tried this, I didn't get normal frequencies, but making a mistake in reading the numbers is highly likely.
The numerical patterns (33-22 etc) appeared in the rings alot, often these were just for leading off track.
Also the polar coordinates of the holes could mean something.
I vaguely remember this. Could you please post a link to the thread as I cant find it. Also, I cant picture what you mean by the overlapping holes = L1L1. Could you make an image explaining or if it is too large to post possibly send me mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org explaing in more detail. Have you tried the alphabet thing yet?
I showed it to my roommate and she said: "What would it look like if it was 3-D?" Good question. It would look like half of a sphere, possibly half of the earth. Is this what you mean by polar coordinates?