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Postby ricardo » Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:15 pm

hey numbers guys. FBI has on their site an code to break. I went to check on the wanted folks. ya know al quada bounties - track /investigations ... etc...

I saw the solve the code link . there is an non monetary reward . stated

purpose is to help solve an crime. apparently. message may associated with a

crime? the punch line. dig this , many expert cryptologists are stumped.

maybe it's computer generated ? : assimUlating date- Radom xyz level.

theoretically, and I'm no expert. only the key holder it's suggested, could solve

the value for x. this site, BV - has chess players and mathematics teachers. some

show an talent for logic.

The black vault bloggers are an dream team of puzzle solvers, if I ever saw one. why doesn't someone post the item and the group can work it. I'm completely stumped as the objective of this " code " perhaps we can work on it together. wouldn't that be fun ? a real collaboration. check it out.

remote viewers / channelers game ?
Last edited by ricardo on Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:51 am, edited 3 times in total.
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Postby ricardo » Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:45 am

suggest if FBI has an genuine interest in solving the riddle, they allow

the collaboration , annonomously , through an secure website , or

other means. where the research data/ input of other talented

people can be viewed and openly discussed. I wish you well.

this has been solved . sorry. (old post)
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