what do you make of this email of numbers the all numbers that are grey are 111784 in that order reading from left to write, working down???
It'll probably be either be a code, a phone number, or co-ordinates
Actually, if you zoom in, the minus sign and decimal point are grey as well.It goes -11.1784
i was thinking the same so it something like -1 1. 1 7 8 4
Can someone explain to me where your getting the 84 part of that number from? I only have grey numbers that read -11.17
This could very well be a lat/long coordinate. For latitude this puts you in the southern hemisphere around Australia, etc.
I also saw this code and thought it might be coordinates. Try putting it into google maps and it takes you to a location off the west coast of africa
It takes you to the West Coast of Africa because you are only entering one half of a co-ordinate.The Sunda Trench is located at -10.19 , 109.58If you put -11.71 in it has to be followed up with another number.Could -11.71 be the first part of the location of our island?
could the second part be 108? Not good with lat/long...just an idea
can't see it being for the island maybe what sams looking for but not a revelation as big as that with 3 seasons left but who knows
Hi! I can't see sam's old desktop to read those emails. Now it just goes to sam's boat desktop. Anybody knows how to go back?
Fede, you can see these emails on the new desktop. Just click on the laptop and the emails should be in the same place.
rFisher has it (as far as I'm concerned). We have the latitude.. waitn' on the longitude [for discussions on the "numbers" pls chk http://find815.blogspot.com/2008/01/new-email-no-subject.html ]
342423424243242442423688608768686 76-1561653957349753495349573009808 4957349573495349534795734934798799 5893475389475349753495783457987722 83457341.985739857349857398573980123 5798573948578934573942340284094546 2342342422342344234324234233245745 5615685979958574663434553534534344 5654564564564564564566464646645899 4564565464646656464564564568129382 4500242094803948239048230482..27233 2340723407820209420945897097650721 0438204820348023480234980298402389 2038482038340238097698745697959677 9384798327423975924560943695487988 2384723940927592759237497982344567 2394794560465967526794230472472439 23948749724920142397927592569725611 39247239487924729653795606408111302 9807079787897987123123123472658345 34576786658652394956032560342560525 29374627654286757385682375628346234 38274628369858695687569262394624240 23498623463284632842555054036305054 1212034862130432945761699533512508 1208461238462992344921943269423906 1236130293209471230913525915972343
What about the numbers hanging over the ends? Could they be a second clue?
So I copied and pasted the numbers, as they appear in the email, into excel to try to manipulate them a little bit, and I get this:3.42E+3276-15616539573497534953495730098084.95735E+335.89348E+3383457341.995.79857E+332.34234E+335.61569E+335.65456E+334.56457E+334500242094803948239048230482..272332.34072E+334.38205E+322.03848E+339.3848E+332.38472E+332.39479E+332.39487E+343.92472E+349.80708E+333.45768E+342.93746E+343.82746E+342.34986E+341.21203E+331.20846E+331.23613E+33I don't work with excel often...does anyone know why it did this to the numbers? Very odd?
I googled -1 1.1784 and got this site...http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-extras-commits/2005-July/msg00399.html
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