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**Hollywood****Member**

Does anybody live near Duke or Chicago to check out these locations?

I emailed the contact and it hasn't bounced back, so the address does exist. I'll post if I hear anything back.

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**McAlec****Member**

A few people have mentioned living in Chicago. Sadly, I'm in New Brunswick...

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**girlwhoruledtheworld****Member**

Hopefully someone from the forums can go to either the Chicago or North Carolina location on the day.

From Level 2 before, "Companies like Reveneural™ brainwash them into being high-functioning if myopic sociopaths."

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**McAlec****Member**

From 5PSHYCHEVAL : "Have you already engaged in a Reveneural consultation?"

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**genericboringposter****Member**

Has anyone tried to make sense of the fake eeg data on that page yet? (I say fake because if those are EEG wave amplitudes in nanovolts, their machines must be the noisiest ever)

There are 1346 profiles (View Source - find start and end lines, each profile is on a line). Here are some things I noticed:

22 "data missing" strings occur. All of these are contained in the following text: {"blinkStrength":#,,*data missing*}

The numbers after "blinkStrength" are, in order: 0,0,0,0,11,13,19,21,33,35,51,53,65,67,79,81,93,95,100,100,100,100

There are 18 profiles marked "poorSignalLevel":100. Each one occurs the line immediately before the braces containing *data missing*. The reason this doesn't add up right is because there are two profiles with "blinkStrength" 0 and 100 after "poorSignalLevel":100 instead of just 1.

The Internal Document number is the dates of the experiment. The first three numbers after HASH are the incident number.

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**scythe2112****Member**

After plotting these numbers as a graph in excel I noticed something peculiar: starting from 11 you add 2 to get to the next number in generall - BUT there are jumps where you add 6, to get from 13 to 19, add 16, to get from 35 to 51 and so on. if you take it to hundred then you also have to add 5, to get from 95 to 100.

So the jumping numbers added are 6 12 16 12 12 12 (5).

I think It's interesting that 0 and 100 are each repeated 4 times, as if they are saying "end of data, only the data between us matters". Maybe someone of you can make more sense of this, I will also wreck my brain over this puzzle some more.

Edit: just noticed something else: write the numbers together 61216121212(5) -> the number 6121 repeats 2 times. Maybe this is a clue?

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**McAlec****Member**

Is anyone going to one of these events?

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**Krushnik****Member**

I just signed up for Chicago

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**genericboringposter****Member**

Passcode unlocked!

On an abortive attempt to record every data point on the screen, I noticed that one profile had {"blinkStrength":6,5}.

So on a lark, I decided to see if there were other profiles with two blinkStrength numbers separated by a comma.

Sure enough, every 6th profile after the last {"blinkStrength":0,,*data missing*} had two numbers separated by a comma, or one number and *data missing*. The first number started at 1 and always increased by 2, while the second number (when it existed) was somewhere between 0 and 10.

This lasted until {"blinkStrength":99,10}, followed six lines later by {"blinkStrength":100,,*data missing*}. (for reference, lines 876-1198 in the Source Code)

Well, great, now I have a bunch of numbers that have to mean something, what to do with them? Inspired by scythe's work, I went into Excel and started graphing each point as an ordered pair (x,y), thinking I was going to have to figure out what the 14 missing data points points were. Imagine my surprise when I added a line to the graph and quite clearly saw it spell out MinWv771

Tried it, icon turned red

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**scythe2112****Member**

Well, at least I've been of some help. ;) But good work there, didn't expect to be something like this. Nexus never ceases to amaze me.

But, even though I wasn't able to decipher this one myself, I learned a lot about what to look at for clues. So I really can't wair for Nexus05 to unlock.

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**McAlec****Member**

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**genericboringposter****Member**

McAlec -

Out of the 1000+ profiles, several of them have a parameter called "blinkStrength." 22 of those profiles have a value of "blinkStrength" that reads "#,,*data missing*"

Every sixth profile between the last "0,*data missing*" and the first "100,*data missing*" contains one of the following two profiles:

{"blinkStrength":#,#}

or {"blinkStrength":#,,*data missing*}

The first number in each pair increases by 2, starting at 1 (i.e., 1, 3, 5, 7, etc., up to 95, 97, 99). The second number in each pair is either *data missing* or a number between 0 and 10, inclusive (e.g., 3,10 or 97,0).

If you graph each data point as an ordered pair (x,y) in Excel, it turns out that each set of consecutive {"blinkStrength":#,,*data missing*} points is essentially a "space" between clusters of points. If you connect the points in each cluster with a line, the line forms a letter or number.

For instance, the first points are:

1,0

3,10

5,5

7,10

9,0

11,,*data missing*

If you connect the dots starting at 1 and ending at 9, you get an M.

Similarly,

81, *data missing*

83,8

85,10

87,10

89,10

91.0

93,,*data missing*

forms a 7.

The key for figuring out the case of the letters was that if the letter reached the top of the graph (i.e., at least one point was of the form (#,10)), then the letter was uppercase. If it only reached the middle of the graph (i.e., the highest point was of the form (#,5)), then the letter was lowercase.

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