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binary code
110010111001001010100100111010011
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Re: binary code
This is legit.
What does it say?
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hf
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"David Johnston, the new Governor General, has the digital world confused.

Just what is the meaning of that 33 character-long string of ones and zeros that is emblazoned across the bottom of his fresh new Coat of Arms?

According to the GG's website, "The wavy band inscribed with zeros and ones represents a flow of information, digital communication and modern media."
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[link to www.cbc.ca]
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This is legit.
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hf
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How many bits in a byte? 4,8 or 16?
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How many bits in a byte? 4,8 or 16?
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8
4 is a nibble
16 is a double byte or and can be a word
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33 characters long is a start anyway
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[ MESSAGE DIGEST / CHECK SUM ]

MD2: e753117a487e24c1e49181b02b5f768f
MD4: baca5199f67cdc70a39010d05fe9ffe3
MD5: 07c7fd97ade29ed28f7ddcc77aab11c5
CRC 8, ccitt, 16, 32 :

CRYPT (form: $ MD5? $ SALT $ CRYPT):
$1$Lskv/oLu$GA.FXQMn6svph1RikgWv5/
(form: SALT[2] CRYPT[11]):
psZWEWUTCFNTo

SHA1: 672cd26f5cb1250e444083b01fc6506e5cb059b9
RIPEMD-160:
fc9aa4d67bd8d4d7d3ac55601c174806d0f80e73
(This cannot be decoded*)
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Error: Malformed binary. Your binary code is must be divisible by 8.


[link to www.roubaixinteractive.com]
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0111100101101111011101010010000001110011011101010110001101101​011001000000110001001100001011011000110110001110011




you suck balls
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Here is the full pic of the Arms....

[link to www.gg.ca]
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62711244723
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CONTEMPLARE MELIORA
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It's not binary
-=HGA=-

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Today is 10.01.10
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110010111001001010100100111010011
1dunno1
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The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
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Re: binary code
This is legit.
What does it say?
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hf



How many bits in a byte? 4,8 or 16?
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Ocho.
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It says "This thread sucks monkey balls."
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The Latin phrase CONTEMPLARE MELIORA, meaning “To envisage a better world” (literally “To envisage better things”), alludes to a line from George Bernard Shaw’s play Back to Methuselah (Part I, Act I): “You see things; and you say, ‘Why?’ But I dream things that never were; and I say, ‘Why not? ’”.
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[link to quezi.com]

A pretty complete description of this answer is given
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Re: binary code
110010111001001010100100111010011
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hex cb 92 a4 ea 1
decimal 13341348
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Re: binary code
Here is an update: [link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

It is an 11 minute video that demonstrates some features of the binary that strongly suggest it is NOT a random stream of 1's and 0's.

Perhaps some of you will find it intriguing.

There is much more to it than what I have presented, but no one would sit through an hour. Maybe we can take the discussion further, here.

There is one part that I am stuck on, as well, so maybe someone will be able to help.

I look forward to your comments.

Thank you.

***strongly suggested that you view on full screen mode of in high quality as some digits are small and may not be clear otherwise***
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Re: binary code
I made a video a few weeks ago showing some strange things about the Governor General's Coat of Arms and the binary on it.

Today, I noticed something kinda cool and thought I would share.

Here is the binary as it appears on the COA: 110010111001001010100100111010011

As DEC: 6830770643 (this is easily found on the web)

Take a close look at that number. What do you notice about it?

It has a few interesting features, but here is the one no one has pointed out...

Split it down the middle and you have 68307 70643.

The first digit is double the value of the last digit. The second digit is double the second last digit. The third digit is half of the third to last digit. And the middle ones are even or neutral.

At first, I thought of it as energy. ++-nnnn+--

But actually you can create something else with it using the values. 221000211. See how that works.

You may be asking why that is significant. Bare with me. I know 99% are rolling their eyes.

221000211 as base3 gives you this as binary: 100011101000111

100011101000111 as HEX is 4747, which converts to "GG". Initials of Governor General. GG.ca is his website.

When you convert to base 33 (there are 33 digits in the original code) you get "GOV"

Interesting? :D

There is a lot more to it. I'll continue to show some strange coincidences if anyone is interested.

Sorry if I am not explaining this correctly. By now you have probably figured out that I have no background in this. Which is why I am here.

Thank you.