2. ## ms

Originally Posted by erexere
There are only 10 found and none in MS

3. Originally Posted by wingman
There are only 10 found and none in MS
This is only proposed and not intended to be a replacement as a "confirmed finds" list of any kind. This is intended to display an independent point of view which is now available for any and all to collaborate or criticize.

I don't know if a number is to be found or not to be found in MS, but the proposed solution is what follows a theme in likewise fashion to ten previously found numbers. At a glance, it should be considered as a whole framework which may hopefully be used as a way to bring about a solution for the 12th floor.

4. My 9th floor answer above was debunked after some investigative searching discovered that the rest area had a closure between Oct 2009 and July 2010.

New theory along the same lines but uses the binary information a little differently and instead of solving for A in an A=BC equation I made the binary information = A, the Wire information = B, and solved for C. and found that it also pointed to a rest area mile at Moss Point, Mississippi I-10 mile 75.

5. ## No luck in Missouri I-44 mm 235

October 06 :
After a very thorough 3-hour search of Missouri I-44 mm 235
at the St Clair rest area...no treasure was found.

6. Originally Posted by erexere
I invite anyone to discuss these themes to determine if they are really even there or even presented as red herring type of methods that look supportive 90% of the time but are designed to throw us off the final floor 12 solution. Whatever someone has to pick it apart please do so. Hope this helps us make progress. Thanks.

7. ## pointing to Georgia?

Just another idea that may "point" to Georgia.

The answer, or close to it, is written in white on black.

Looking at the arrow on the blackboard, with its "point" emphasized.
What does an arrow do?...It "points" .
In which direction is this arrow pointing?...East.
There is only one town/city in all of America which is called "East Point",
and it is a suburb of Atlanta.

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## great chart erexere

erexere: great job on the chart. I have not done alot of posts, however have been following along for awhile and did a couple searches for the 4th floor when MN was a possibility.

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## On the subject of themes...

Originally Posted by erexere
I invite anyone to discuss these themes to determine if they are really even there or even presented as red herring type of methods that look supportive 90&#37; of the time but are designed to throw us off the final floor 12 solution. Whatever someone has to pick it apart please do so. Hope this helps us make progress. Thanks.
It's possible that the authors (and Twintig) did not use a lot of anagrams in the original hunt but, in his 9/28 post, it seems as if Twintig's sixth sense may have sent us a clue in this form:

You Must Change Your Life =
Fugue: Alchemy in out Rosy
Alchemy Refusing Out You
Alchemy Fugues Irony Out
A Electrify Humungous Yo
A Centrifuge Mushy Lo You
Flue Sooty chimney Augur
Faint Cumulus Grey Hooey
Motif: Eyes A Cough Unruly
Room Unify A Chutes Gluey
Formula Chutes Eying You
Foyer Shouting A Clue Yum
Use A Cuneiform Guy Hotly
Chemistry Luau Gooey Fun
Motif Cerulean Gushy You
Color A Shuteye Unify Mug
etc.

In music, a "fugue" is "An imitative polyphonic composition in which a theme or themes are stated successively in all of the voices of the contrapuntal structure."

You could also get the words "reflecting" or "reflection" out of this phrase.

Just sayin'.

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## Arrow theme?

Returning to another possible theme for the twelfth floor: Arrows.

Wingman may have been onto something when he wrote:
Originally Posted by wingman
Periodic Table-Last row Mi circled. I think this is circled to get our attention to this row only.
I had been thinking of this clue as "Mi error = mirror" but what if it is "Arrow = Err row"? The elements in that row are: Na, Mg, Al, Si, P, S, Cl, a possibly Mi. Call missing map? Clamps signal mi? 98? 116? Or do we take off Na and Mg and use only the contiguous elements on the right side? 93? 75?