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Cristofori meets Newton (Posted on 2006-04-22) Difficulty: 3 of 5
261.626.523.251.261.626.1108.73.415.305
554.365.369.994.369.994.698.456.261.626
293.665.329.628.391.995.587.330.932.328
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830.609.554.365.311.127.783.991.391.995
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329.628.311.127.261.626.932.328.698.456
329.628.783.991.293.665.391.995.493.883
415.305.466.164.329.628.523.251.329.628

No Solution Yet Submitted by Highway6    
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Some Thoughts re: Half a Hint? | Comment 2 of 6 |
(In reply to Half a Hint? by Old Original Oskar!)

I came to the same idea, OOO. 

The numbers are indeed frequencies.  They are the frequencies of some of the musical notes in Hz.

C4   C5   C4   C#6   G#4
C#5   F#4   F#4   F5   C4
D4   E4   G4   D5   A#5
F#5   A#5   E4   E4   G5
G5   G4   E4   F#5   D5
G#5   C#5   D#4   G5   G4
C4   G5   F#5   C4   A5
E4   D#4   C4   A#5   F5
E4   G5   D4   G4   B4
G#4   A#4   E4   C5   E4

The subscript indicates the octave (Middle C is C4).  As to the meaning of the "code", I am unsure.  It may be a song, or the notes themselves may be a code to be ciphered.

Edited on April 23, 2006, 3:12 am
  Posted by Dej Mar on 2006-04-23 02:30:13

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