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Really Freaky

Discussion in 'Just for Laughs' started by zimbo, Nov 20, 2005.

  1. zimbo
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    http://trunks.secondfoundation.org/files/psychic.swf

    if someone could explain it to me please! :rolleyes:
     
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  2. _omni_

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    i couldnt get it to work for me but i assume its one of those things where, by staring at the symbol, the contrast between the bright screen and the darker shape (symbol) gets impressed in your eyes and therefore when you look at something plain (such as the crystal ball) you can still "see" the impression in terms of brightness.

    just look at a lightbulb for a couple secs, then close your eyes and you will still be able to see it.
     
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  3. JonnyMX

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    Nope.
    It's really there.
    It must be a maths thing.
    If you keep clicking without any plan, you keep getting different images.
    If you concentrate on a random image then click, it doesn't work, you get the wrong image.
    It only works if you do what they tell you to.
    Weird.
     
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  4. JonnyMX

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    Urk.
    Maths is not my thirty.
    I mean my forte.

    It's a nine times table thing.
    There are loads of images repeated.
    I wrote down some numbers, 11,23,48,62,71,98,21,14,65,12,10,58 and every time you do the test with them you get a david's star. Hang on, nuts...
     
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  5. arisen

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    it's a nice little trick, certain symbols are switched everytime you click on the ball and get your answer, it's a set-up. All the numbers are staged to point to the next symbol that is lined up.

    0,9,18,27,36,45,54,63,72,81.

    All these numbers will have the same symbol next to them, each time you run through the game. When you apply the maths to each turn, it will eventually give you one of the above numbers as a result, and therefore give you the symbol that is waiting in memory to appear when you click on the ball.

    Try it, take a number from 1 to 99, add the numbers and then take the result away from the orginal number, and see if you get a number that isn't in the set above?

    :biggrin Nice link zimbo!

    Edit: Depending on what symbol appears next to the number 0 (this is the symbol that will appear) the results may differ. For example if the star appears at number 0, certain other numbers that have stars permanently next to them will feature in the above set, although a calculation will never lead to them.
     
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  6. Jakamoko
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    'tis bloody good though ! :blink
     
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  7. JonnyMX

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    Like I say, it's got something to do with multiples of nine.
    Nine is a very strange number.
     
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  8. Bluerinse
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    Really weird but interesting too. It is a nine thing for sure. If you look at the symbol for 45 (adds up to nine) it will always be that symbol that comes up
     
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  9. _omni_

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    oh duh i hadnt clicked the ball, just stared at it. :blush:
     
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