Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mentat_emre, Jan 26, 2008.
enjoy or whatever.
whats this about?
And some genius found it...
I had to open up the page source to find out if this site did anything.
Waste of a domain!
Huh...unless someone can translate Binary I don't think anyone's gonna figure this out
I can translate binary, but that's 36 digits long - of use to neither man nor beast.
Here is all it is in ascii: 1'¡·
waitaminit .... Isn't that the binary sequence that had to be spoken to create a paradox-free time sphere in the Futurama movie Bender's Big Score?
The number 001100010010011110100001 represents:
+ 2097152 + 1048576 + 65536 + 8192 + 1024 + 512 + 256 + 128 + 32 + 1
So, the answer is: 3221409. Not sure what it means though.
All I see when I click it is a big green planet/star.
I think it's considerably larger than that, guy--looks like you left off a few numbers.
I'm doing it by hand for the helluva it. Got about 13 calculations left to go, then I'll add it up. Can't imagine it has any significance...but it's passing the time while I sit here and shiver with the flu.
Okay, I have:
I don't feel like adding 'em now, especially since I don't want to bother checking my work. Anybody wanna tell me if it's right?
Why yes it is plus I was board while watching it so I paused the time code and thats exactly it
Wow, I can't believe it took me that long to realize that it was an image of the Time Sphere when I'm such a huge fan of Futurama. However, I don't think that's the appropriate binary code because, according the movie's commentary, the code is symmetrical so it made sense for Fry to be able to read it in a mirror.
EDIT: Or perhaps the commentary is misleading.
I know, I know. Who cares, right?
I don't know how you manage to get cooler, but you do. s
Not that you care.
My number is correct. I entered the number in an online converter. Also, my math does not include the spots that have "0". If you want me to add the "0" spots, I can.
001100010010011110100001= 0 + 0 + 2097152 + 1048576 + 0+ 0 + 0 + 65536 + 0 + 0 + 8192 + 0 + 0 + 1024 + 512 + 256 + 128 + 0 + 32 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 1
You don't add the number in the brackets. Those are just placeholders.
oh, I see what you mean
sometimes you think too much.
Yep, that's the correct number.
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