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MindReader

Discussion in 'Just for Laughs' started by SimonV, Jan 3, 2004.

  1. SimonV

    SimonV Petabyte Poster Administrator

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    MindReader

    This program probes your mind. Try it.
     
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  2. Jakamoko
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    AAAAAAGGGGHHHH !!!!! FrEaKy :!: :scatter
     
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  3. SimonV

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    I KNOW, thier must be a logical reason for this.

    Flex, 10 expert points if you can work it out before midnight. :D
     
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    Thats a good idea, Si, but I reckon when Flex sees the "Miniskirt" gag, he'll be a stretcher-case again :brancard

    :P
     
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    I don't like it. Somebody make it go away.
     
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    Whatever it is, my ISP's proxy server blocked it. We got our current service with three children in mind. The ISP filters the content of sites so that we couldn't go to "objectionable sites" even if we wanted to. With that in mind, just exactly what have to posted a link to, Si? :?: :oops:
     
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  7. Jakamoko
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    HAAA !!! I've worked it out, but I'm not going to spoil it for the rest of you just yet. I'll PM SimonV with the answer, so he'll have a record of the time I solved it - cos you lot will NOT believe me :cry:

    :D
     
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  8. SimonV

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    It can read your mind of any thoughts, you must have something on your mind for it not to work Trip. :eek:
     
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    Well, I haven't seen it yet.I came to this one first.Let me have a go at working this one out and I'll see what it's all about.

    Back soon :!:
     
  10. flex22

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    Yeah, sorted this one :beatnik

    If you look at the grid thing, and take any number whatsoever, with two digits, you'll always get the same resulting symbol.

    The symbols just change every time you have a new go, making you think it's random.

    However, click the start again button a few times, then look at the grid.

    Take for example three different numbers, say 79, 21 and 27.

    The grid is designed so that the result of subtracting the two numbers of any number will be the same symbol, no matter what number you choose.
    This symbol merely changes the next time, but does so for each number.

    Ok, now what's this skirt thing all about :arrow:
     
  11. flex22

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    Here's a more concise explanation:


    99 :arrow: 9+9 = 18 99-18 = 81 (symbol of 81)
    96 :arrow: 9+6 = 15 96-15 = 81 (symbol of 81)

    19 :arrow: 1+9 = 10 19-10 = 9 (symbol of 9)
    11 :arrow: 1+1 = 2 11-2 = 9 (symbol of 9)

    33 :arrow: 3+3 = 6 33-6 = 27 (symbol of 27)
    37 :arrow: 3+7 = 10 37-10 =27 (symbol of 27)

    No matter what numbers from within the same decimal that you use, by following the given rules, you will always end up at the same number.

    You resolve to different numbers for different decimals i.e 81, 9, 27
    but these are always the same symbol.

    This is a nice trick, very mind boggling if you get caught up in it.The apparent complete randomness is very effective.

    Look at these numbers on the grid:
    81, 72, 63, 54, 45, 36, 27, 18, 9

    There corresponding symbols will change, but they will always change together, and be exactly the same as each other.

    Very funny :D

    Thanks :!:
     
  12. SimonV

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    An you rekon thats work 10 expert points? :lol:
     
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  13. flex22

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    Nah, at leat 30 :!:
    :P
     
  14. SimonV

    SimonV Petabyte Poster Administrator

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    Your not getting any till you sort out that post count. Aaaaarrrrrhhhhhh 666 the number of the beast.
     
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    :evil: :evil :devilfla: :asthanos

    OK, think I've tipped the balane again, new post count
    :daz
     
  16. SimonV

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    Main reason I posted that was because I've been having a clear out today of a lot of old junk (Don't worry Rosy's still here) an I came across some old cassette tapes and one of them was Iron Maiden-Number Of The Beast. A small coincidence but I notice these small events of synchronicity.

    [​IMG]
     
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    AHHHH, :soz BUT I never have anything to clear out, coz I never keep anything.
    My brother on the other hand, who's across the room right now, sorting through piles of paper, old this and that, and general cr@p.
    WHY :?:
    Sorry, just me gettin wound up.My brother even keeps plastic bags, I'm sure your not like that.Just touched a nerve, especially when his rubbish limits my working environment.
    :offtopic
     
  18. Rosy
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    Pardon :?: I may be junk but I soooo am not old thank you very much

    Flex - surely you know that this is impossible! If you don't clear anything out then you must have loads of stuff and if you don't keep anything then you must have cleared out loads :!: :?: :!:
     
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  19. flex22

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    OK lady, ya got me :huh

    But I don't keep junk, only useful stuff :peace
     
  20. Rosy
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    If you say so Flex! :wink:
     
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