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This simply reeks of the Oak Island treasure. That you are forced to dig forever and ever to find... nothing. Sure maybe there is something at the end but you will be disappointed. These people (or person) play upon the part of human nature that seeks to understand the chaos. To rhyme the stars and reason the seasons, that seeks to find the hidden predator camoflouged in the brush, or to explain the movement of the shadows on the ground. The puzzle is the chaos that must be solved. The answer will give untold occult knowledge, or - more likely in this case - the toy at the bottom of the Cracker Jack Box. Your average "Think Tank" does little without the funding and physical presence that inevitably betrays their secrecy. So while they pine for a way to magically make a ball roll up hill, someone else (probably a little kid) will pick it up and take it to the top LONG before they have figured anything out. And they will ultimately only find out that they are also subject to the dyed in the wool practicality of the masses. Also, we can laugh at them!

If it is an NSA recruitment... well good for the winners. I don't hate the NSA but I think the rest of the maybeeee I dunno... PLANET does right now. Welcome to the one job less popular than a tow truck driver.
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This simply reeks of the Oak Island treasure. That you are forced to dig forever and ever to find... nothing. Sure maybe there is something at the end but you will be disappointed. These people (or person) play upon the part of human nature that seeks to understand the chaos. To rhyme the stars and reason the seasons, that seeks to find the hidden predator camoflouged in the brush, or to explain the movement of the shadows on the ground. The puzzle is the chaos that must be solved. The answer will give untold occult knowledge, or - more likely in this case - the toy at the bottom of the Cracker Jack Box. Your average "Think Tank" does little without the funding and physical presence that inevitably betrays their secrecy. So while they pine for a way to magically make a ball roll up hill, someone else (probably a little kid) will pick it up and take it to the top LONG before they have figured anything out. And they will ultimately only find out that they are also subject to the dyed in the wool practicality of the masses. Also, we can laugh at them!

If it is an NSA recruitment... well good for the winners. I don't hate the NSA but I think the rest of the maybeeee I dunno... PLANET does right now. Welcome to the one job less popular than a tow truck driver.
I guess you missed the part in the article where it actually did end and resulted in individuals getting personal tests, which for all we know resulted in them meeting or joining 3011.
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ILLUMINATI! -.-

Lol jk. All I see are white letters on a black background aswell tongue.gif
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I think that this is a bee farmer wearing a hat and veil on the head and a bee suit for the body while he is getting attacked by two giant hornets. If my prediction is true, then it means that the bees will go extinct for the reason of too many selective pressures and the human population will drastically decline as a result. Furthermore, hornets will some how gain an upper advantage in terms of food / resources which will result in more hornets than humans on earth. The mathematical magnitude here, based on the picture, is 2 hornets for every 1 human (2:1).

Edit:

Notice how this kind of looks like the globe and someone standing in the middle controlling them through what seems to be numbers or the economies of the world.

The above are just two of many meanings that I see right away.
Edited by Captain1337 - 12/2/13 at 1:03am
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I consider my self an intelligent person, I think with logic and reason a lot. I think and feel so empty and dull inside, that there is someone, somewhere, who's brain power makes me look like a single celled organism.

Oh man, now I know what I am going to spend my time on, creating commonalty and relevance puzzles to challenge people biggrin.gif That's of course when I finish my coding smile.gif
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I guess you missed the part in the article where it actually did end and resulted in individuals getting personal tests, which for all we know resulted in them meeting or joining 3011.

As you said "which for all we know resulted in them meeting or joining 3011" But we don't know that, now do we?

And where are they? Why aren't they telling us about their work schedule and job benefits? Oh wait. They can't because of "secrecy". Well that is convenient excuse now isn't it? The long story above by Frick reeks of narrative tropes and third person imagery. It reads more like a short story rather than something with tangibility.

Yes someone did indeed come up with these tests. But as a joke. And they claim there are secret "winners" out there. Well of course we will all assume there are winners even though we don't see them. The game is in front of us ready to be played with us at the start line so there has to be a finish, right? We see lots of losers so there has to be a winner, right? Especially when we are told their are winners. But who tells us? The anonymous one(s) who also put up the puzzles.

It is all just too simple and easy to fall for. It wants to be believed. Like something out of a Dan Brown novel or (my preference) Umberto Eco. But this offers no real evidence. I'd love to proven wrong. I just believe the people actually solving these puzzles are smarter than the ones presenting them and they are being duped.
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Interesting read.
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