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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. Standard member wittywonka
    Chocolate Expert
    17 Dec '06 02:55
    16.15.23.5.18.3.15.18.18.21.16.20.19.1.14.4.1.2.19.15.12.21.20.5.16.15.23.5.18.3.15.18.18.21.16.20.19.1.2.19.15.12.21.20.5.12.25

    It's actually quite easy...

    Please message me if you solve it, but feel free to post hints or feelings below...

    Good luck!
  2. Standard member wittywonka
    Chocolate Expert
    17 Dec '06 03:31
    Come on ... It's not THAT hard ... It's EASY
  3. Standard member HandyAndy
    Non sum qualis eram
    17 Dec '06 03:47
    Originally posted by wittywonka
    Come on ... It's not THAT hard ... It's EASY
    Hint: It was prompted by a Pope.
  4. 17 Dec '06 15:41
    5.1.19.9.5.19.20.19.21.2.19.20.9.20.21.20.9.15.14.3.9.16.8.5.18.7.15.9.14.7
  5. 18 Dec '06 05:32 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Hint: It was prompted by a Pope.
    Really? I thought it was implemented by an emperor

    3.1.5.19.1.18
  6. Standard member HandyAndy
    Non sum qualis eram
    18 Dec '06 16:10
    Originally posted by idioms
    Really? I thought it was implemented by an emperor

    3.1.5.19.1.18
    Maybe indirectly, but the immediate cue was more likely Pius IX and his affirmation of the doctrine of papal infallibility in 1870. The author was 12.15.18.4.1.3.20.15.14.
  7. Subscriber coquette
    Already mated
    25 Dec '07 17:31
    17.23.19.3.8.23.14 or, possibly, 17.23.19.5.16.22.14, if 4.14.25.16 doesn't apply
  8. Subscriber sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    26 Dec '07 04:49
    Ah, so its a power series.
  9. 26 Dec '07 08:26
    Originally posted by idioms
    Really? I thought it was implemented by an emperor

    3.1.5.19.1.18
    3.1.5.19.1.18 did use a similar code, but his i thought displaced 2.5.20.20.5.18.19 by three places to encode and decode? a classic 23.18.1.16.16.9.14.7 3.9.16.8.5.18 (?)