While thinking today I came up with something....

The symbols used in morse code all have 1, 2, 3, or 4 symbols used for each letter. When classifying them here is the rundown.

Letters with 1 morse symbol: E,T (2 letters total)

Letters with 2 morse symbols: A,I,M,N (4 letters total)

Letters with 3 morse symbols:

D,G,K,O,R,S,U,W (8 letters total)

Letters with 4 morse symbols:

B,C,F,H,J,L,P,Q,V,X,Y,Z (12 letters total)

Eliminating E,T (letters with only one morse symbol) would leave 24 letters

So what can we do with this?

Maybe this?

Make a clock with the twelve hours.

At 12, 3, 6, and 9 put the 4 letters A I M and N (kind of like North, South, East and West) These have the 2 symbols each.

The numbers in between are 1,2,4,5,7,8,10,11

Put the 8 letters D G K O R S U W. These have 3 symbols each.

At this point we now have a letter with each number on the clock.

This leaves us 12 letters left. The ones with 4 symbols each. B C F H J L P Q V X Y Z.

Put those 12 letters on the clock so that now each hour on the clock has 2 letters each.

This should give us the following.

12:00 AB

1:00 DC

2:00 GF

3:00 IH

4:00 KJ

5:00 OL

6:00 MP

7:00 RQ

8:00 SV

9:00 NX

10:00 UY

11:00 WZ

Since E and T are so commonly used maybe they should go in the middle of the clock????? Or is there another idea for those two letters?

Any ideas where to go from here?

Any input would be appreciated.

This may not amount to anything. Let's try anyway ok?

Oh yeah, I used the international morse code in case anyone was interested.

Thanks,

wvtrovergirl

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