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  1. Transmission 3 on GKNOVA6 is up!

    Transmission 4 guys! Weird. It's very short, repeats 'Azure has the task' 3 times. The temporal freq analysis shows KARL=b NAPOLEON=d. Going to start digging into it now. -Z
  2. Transmission 3 on GKNOVA6 is up!

    My guess is this is how the Temporal Frequency Analysis (TFFT) is to be done. You can graph data on an algorithmic scale or on a linear scale. If the TFFT was done on a logarithmic scale, the text would show up rather distorted/compressed/unreadable. I saw someone post the images with a logarithmic scale, not sure where. My 2 cents... Awesome work Shizzire! I'm sure Linear not Algorithmic was the clue telling us to use a direct number=letter substitution sequence and not a cipher. Which you proved when you found the first line of the 4th quadrant was NGHIJLMNQUVWXZKRYPTOSABCDEFGHIJL and used the number sequence to get USENETDRAGONSBREATH. This whole time I was putting the names Marie Curie, Heinrich Hertz, Alan Shepard and Dan Rather, together in different orders trying to use the number sequence to get the letters. Never occured to me to use the 4th quadrant of Kryptos. Awesome!
  3. Transmission 3 on GKNOVA6 is up!

    Sorry, I misunderstood what you did. However, I follow it now. So you used modular arithmetic and came up with 82. So how did you know 82 meant looking at the periodic table of elements? 82 could be anything by your own reasoning. However if you google 2818322482, there are only a few things that pop up. Most of them are links to plutonium. (or phone numbers).
  4. Transmission 3 on GKNOVA6 is up!

    I feel that these are all separate clues. Each one confirming we are on the right track, yet independent of each other. I see no reason why the solution to the MOD100 frequency should directly have anything to do with what Marie Curie studied. Plus, you used the MOD100 clue twice to get to lead, I don't see why you would assume you had to do that? Clearly taking the frequencies and dividing by 100 gave us solid answers that led directly to Plutonium and Uranium, the key to nuclear weapons. I feel that is far more relevant than lead. With her studies of radioactivity men could probe the structure of the atom. As a result of experiments with alpha radiation, the nuclear atom was first postulated. These things helped lead to nuclear weapons. Which is confirmed by the answers plutonium and uranium. :)
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