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Offline gemcoe

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Seeking the meaning to the perpetual equation.
« on: 28/05/2006 11:16:34 »
Hello,
Can anyone there help us. We are looking for the meaning's of the The Perpetual motion equation.
 This has been causing a bit of a stir in the UK and although this equation has been found and is being passed around we missed the actual meanings relevant to the equation. We understand this was published (the meanings)  between june to july 2005. Did any of you chap's see it, does anyone have a copy??
 We have managed to work out and test some of it with some surprising results but we would really like to get to grips with the whole thing (for obvious reasons). If you have not already seen it check newbielink:http://www.ublanker.com/look/doyou/thinkits/worth/abillion/howmuch.htm [nonactive] We have no idea why it is posted here but we have been told this information is posted and all the people involved find it by reading fishing news, or something like that.We have emailed the website that has the file hosted but they just reply with 'no comment' and not to contat them again. If anyone does have the meanings we would love to see them and we would be prepared to pay for them.

Any Help?
Ken Adams
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Re: Seeking the meaning to the perpetual equation.
« Reply #1 on: 28/05/2006 17:46:15 »
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Re: Seeking the meaning to the perpetual equation.
« Reply #2 on: 28/05/2006 17:46:53 »
That page is just full of gibberish

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Re: Seeking the meaning to the perpetual equation.
« Reply #3 on: 29/05/2006 09:15:53 »
Err, yes it is gibberish, thats why we are after the meanings of the gibberish. They were published last year. I dont really think if these people really have discovered perpetual motion they are going to just tell everyone and post it on the internet. We have purchased some of the meanings (to the gibberish)at a very high cost but we just cant find the full version to decipher it all.
« Last Edit: 29/05/2006 09:16:30 by gemcoe »
 

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Re: Seeking the meaning to the perpetual equation.
« Reply #4 on: 29/05/2006 10:00:53 »
Looks like a wind up to me... they are not even claiming it is perpetual motion - it is only 96% efficient!
 

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Re: Seeking the meaning to the perpetual equation.
« Reply #5 on: 29/05/2006 10:16:37 »
quote:
Originally posted by daveshorts

Looks like a wind up to me... they are not even claiming it is perpetual motion - it is only 96% efficient!



Yes, we thought that to. However if you take a look at the top of that page and highlight it you see some other detail that helps complete the 100% equation.  Thank you all for your replies we have now manages to obtain the equation meanings. I will keep you posted if it really does work!

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Re: Seeking the meaning to the perpetual equation.
« Reply #6 on: 29/05/2006 10:29:04 »
I'm more than 96% certain this is total rubbish.  

The presented symbols and ordered structure do not mean anything as they stand and the symbol choice and distribution does not fit any codes.  

The most likely origin of the symbols and their order is "random" typing on a querty keyboard. Note the many sequences of adjacent letters on a querty keyboard in the same lines like

qwer dsf tyu lkj vbn  etc

All "gibberish" has some order in it unless extreme care is taken to get rid of that order so our perpetual motion is a "random" typist



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Re: Seeking the meaning to the perpetual equation.
« Reply #7 on: 30/05/2006 16:30:03 »
quote:
Originally posted by Soul Surfer

I'm more than 96% certain this is total rubbish.  

The presented symbols and ordered structure do not mean anything as they stand and the symbol choice and distribution does not fit any codes.  

The most likely origin of the symbols and their order is "random" typing on a querty keyboard. Note the many sequences of adjacent letters on a querty keyboard in the same lines like

qwer dsf tyu lkj vbn  etc

All "gibberish" has some order in it unless extreme care is taken to get rid of that order so our perpetual motion is a "random" typist



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Hi there,
Without the meanings it would be impossible to work out. However now we have them you simply follow a block system so for instance mty4jth4m[-hymem45-4m46m4j[6yi0,hj4-0nmesrmtnsmsmhbmhe-ty44---4tymyko means 2 and then h35rit-h3 simply means delete from equation, and so on. It is very clever but so over the top just to hide something that's only 6 letter long. We now have the equation and seeing as (apparently) the creator will be unveiling the equation free to anyone for the greater good of man as he puts it I will let you know if it really does work.

Regards
Ken
« Last Edit: 30/05/2006 16:34:15 by gemcoe »
 

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