dead

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Apr 13 23:49

This channel is dead. Honepot or no - TPTB have won. The story has changed. They won. Bend over.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 01:03

Anyone find any new transactions containing files in recent blocks?

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 01:10

MIT stopped updating March 5th. Everything else is dead

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 12:52

The last dude was this swiss guy posting/larping around in some 4chan threads with bunch of keys/hash/hex things. His last post was something like "god help us all" and Kerry key/hash is backwards (?)... I think it was around beginning of March too... I mean even some approach unlocks some files, what to do with it? Releasing that stuff to the clearnet seems rather impossible now unless a well planned Streisand Dump - suggestions welcome to discuss. My guess is, some left over teams repositioning or just gave up and drinking the whole day until doom arrives. Happy Easter btw.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 16:06

They have not won. Assange is alive and well. Assange's disinfo worked to preserve him, but the "dangling carrot" op (never-ending, never-resulting blockchain search) as counter to this also worked to demoralize and exhaust those looking. Although Alphabets probably now know his where-abouts, he's in a far safer situation. WikiLeaks has also now anchored itself into a very powerful position. Be a shame if Assange leaked Vault 7 to whitehats prior to its public release (HELLO ANONSCAN!). One wonders if they made use of these exploits against the US institutions that were responsible for creating them?

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 16:22

> Although Alphabets probably now know his where-abouts, he's in a far safer situation. And you got clearance to spill/leak out this information tidbit?

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 23:07

Wow thanks I never thought about those hashes in reverse. What an idiot... Also, at the bottom of the endchan thread there's a happening.png right after a tx hash is pointed out. But the tx in my blockchain has no inputs or outputs, which is impossible right. Try it yourself. Further, I found a LOT of ascii coded base64 strings from that February mempool spike. Lot's of them seem to have been referring to sin = pi ?^ 2 bin exp and this sort of thing. They most certainly have not won. They are licking their wounds. I entrust it will come out eventually.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 23:16

Everything is underground. This channel was quite active until somebody added it public beamstat logger, and its dead since then. You don't see current discussions because you are not invited.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 23:19

how bout some proof? also anyone else think this WWIII happenings/syria is just a distraction from this? Only it serves two ends...feeds two mouths... I don't see why MIT would stop on the 5th of March with no trail to follow... doing this offline is the wrong play.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 23:20

also - it makes more sense that the majority got bored and moved on to OMG TRUMP USED MOAB on SYRIA

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Apr 14 23:28

Many lurker suspecting this... and the other side of the medal (see below about dangling carrot). Any hint were to pinpoint the onion?

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 14 23:47

I followed this a lot, and I never saw the group move from here, just lose interest. If anyone has any details about anything NOT in the MIT pad please share it, including new transactions that have files.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 15 01:10

The endchan thread transaction hash listed before the happn.gif of a game character towards the end after someone lists all "unavailable to decode output address" from blocks600++ is NOT listed on the pad. (79711be55b02f610915cfe89d7bf194f1c80101151413b2dcd086171f6d0d0d2) It has been wiped clean from my local blockchain also, and running validation on the chain always finishes in the same time no matter how thorough. But it purportedly contains a key, someone links to a github repo about vanity keys, like a custom number plate obviously insinuating that someone had gone to a lot of bother I suspect this to be of the highest sensitivity, especially because a transaction must have in and outputs but it shows nil for me.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 15 01:12

Sorry, not the endchan thread the polak thread _POLAK_ - OUTER HEAVEN.html

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 15 04:03

personally I think the MIT thing was just a psyop. those dudes were so non-forthcoming, wouldn't share code or techniques, and the whole thing about their hardware constantly breaking made no fucking sense. they did put out a ton of data, but none of it was crackable, and nobody found anything interesting in it. reeks of a limited hangout. i say this with a heavy heart, because i was thrilled when they brought a bunch of new activity and energy into the blockchain search, but this is the only explanation that makes sense to me anymore. if it was such a large group (as they claimed), why would they all just turn around in unison and walk away from this?

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 15 06:05

This is the TX that contains the bitcoin devs talking about Wikileaks, this may have only meant use them for donations strictly though so not definite. https://blockchain.info/tx/cd9104ce6d385428060d33e1d4843b0cdfc78db2f327116eb4f97d8e177a4d82 python Jean.py cd9104ce6d385428060d33e1d4843b0cdfc78db2f327116eb4f97d8e177a4d82 > out.html Jean.py: import sys import struct from binascii import unhexlify, crc32 import urllib2 transaction = str(sys.argv[1]) data = urllib2.urlopen("https://blockchain.info/tx/"+transaction+"?show_adv=true") dataout = b'' atoutput = False for line in data: if 'Input Scripts' in line: atoutput = True if '</table>' in line: atoutput = False if atoutput: if len(line) > 100: chunks = line.split(' ') for c in chunks: if 'O' not in c and '\n' not in c and '>' not in c and '<' not in c: dataout += unhexlify(c.encode('utf8')) #length = struct.unpack('<L', dataout[0:4])[0] #checksum = struct.unpack('<L', dataout[4:8])[0] #dataout = dataout[8:8+length] print dataout

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 15 07:25

Please share what you found dealing with pi/2

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 16 09:41

I was pretty tired the other night and ran this script on a couple of blk.dat files and thought I saw decoded base 64 regarding sine^2:-> bin Exp PI / 2 and that sort of stuff... You can definitely see someone is putting something in there. There are a lot of FUCK/fcck's to be seen in the unencoded stuff anyway. Here is the script: http://gateway.glop.me/ipfs/QmbGRKQXDRJG98ijiYPKZEXNsyqVLjbThWp44LqYhRBL7C/base64Hunter.py It searches for pgp data too, but only in the base64 flagged strings. If you look at the Polak thread, that happn.gif after that tx is pointed out is then followed by someone dropping in and saying "you are about to become group 4". This happened on Christmas day!!! Maybe that vanity key can be used to open the files after cablegate?

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 17 06:06

Somebody dropped into one of the old threads and said something regarding sin topper and how it was clever and how he thought it related to the eta numeris, 7fg, fall of Cassandra and sin topper strings. He asked where all the cryptofags where and left after someone told him tox. I've looked back several times and tried to find it but haven't been able to. Any mathfags wanna chime in please?

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 17 13:54

"Anonymous 10/27/2016 (Thu) 03:58:23 [Preview] No. 20758 [X] del >>20759 >>20576 I suspect that these are codes of some sort. For instance, "sin topper" could refer to the first local maximum of sin(x), which occurs at x = pi/2. So the idea could be to take the first N bits of the binary expansion of pi/2, and then somehow combine that with the string "D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9." Note that the binary expansion of pi/2 is identical to the binary expansion of pi, just bitshifted to the right by 1 place. I don't know if anyone here has tried this. Where are the truly savvy crypto people talking about this? Tox?" https://archive.is/M1qVM Someone then drops into that thread: "Anonymous 11/20/2016 (Sun) 07:21:16 [Preview] No. 22464 [X] del >>22469>>22476 (97.54 KB 704x528 physical_0901.jpg) TO ALL THE NORMIES READING THIS THREAD USE THIS TIMELINE: h ttps://oxwugzccvk3dk6tj.onion/pol/res/8180723.html#q8192699 LOOK AT THE DATES AND CHECK THE POSTS HAPPENING HERE AT THOSE TIMES THE KEYS WERE FOUND AND THE FILES UNLOCKED ON OCT 27 WE ARE TRYING TO POST THE INFO WITHOUT GETTING V& WE ARE WORKING ON TUTORIALS SO THAT OTHERS CAN FIND IT THEMSELVES THAT WAY WE DON'T HAVE TO EVER POST IT (FIRST IMPACT OCT 21) (SECOND IMPACT NOV 9) (THIRD IMPACT ???) THANKS FOR READING"

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 17 13:59

So what I think they mean is convert the hex string D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9 to binary and combine with the expansion of pi/2 either prepending or appending it. Or maybe not even that, maybe just combine the 100101010101 or whatever to the string and use as a password rather than binary key. I have no idea just spitballing

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 18 00:20

yall want me to do it? I know what "D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9" is in binary. and I know what pi/2 is. Expansion? binomial or what? prepending? appending? sure? what torrent? kerry/ecu/eu? or the earlier ones? or the later ones? given the MIT pad - we should make a timeline of precommits and compare the what MAY have happened...AND outling hashes not matching...etc. comprehensive timeline could open this back open.... previous groups were vanned(doubtful) - or got cold leads and stopped/broke up. julian is high on the hog at the moment - just as his handlers assured him...instead of death for him and his own...he's got a career ahead of him. same for trump, frankly. once you look at the motivations behind capitalism in a corporate fiat world - it's purdy easy to see the motivation.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 18 02:25

If you could share some python code to output the first N bits of the binary expansion of pi/2 that would be great.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 18 06:56

eta numeris 392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD sin topper D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9 project runway 847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE 7FG final request 831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9 fall of cassandra 2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3 for i in range(29): binascii.unhexlify(''.join([x[j] for j in range(len(x)) if j != i])) for i in range(29): ''.join([x[j] for j in range(len(x)) if j != i]) eta numeris 392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD '92D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '32D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '39D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '3928A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392DA3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D83EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8AEEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EE2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA227D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA257D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA252D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA25276AD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527DAD8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6D8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6A8B1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6ADB1EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD81EBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8BEBBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1BBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBAB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBB6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBA6AD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBABAD' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6D' '392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6A' b'\x92\xd8\xa3\xee\xa2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'2\xd8\xa3\xee\xa2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9\xd8\xa3\xee\xa2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9(\xa3\xee\xa2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\xa3\xee\xa2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\x83\xee\xa2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\x8a\xee\xa2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\x8a>\xa2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\x8a>\xa2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\x8a>\xe2R}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\x8a>\xeaR}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\x8a>\xea"}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\x8a>\xea%}j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b'9-\x8a>\xea%-j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad' b"9-\x8a>\xea%'j\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xda\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xd8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xa8\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\xb1\xeb\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x81\xeb\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x8b\xeb\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x8b\x1b\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x8b\x1e\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x8b\x1e\xba\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x8b\x1e\xbb\xb6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x8b\x1e\xbb\xa6\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x8b\x1e\xbb\xab\xad" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x8b\x1e\xbb\xabm" b"9-\x8a>\xea%'\xd6\xad\x8b\x1e\xbb\xabj" sin topper D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9 '6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'DC4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D64C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6CC5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C45CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4CCC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5C97F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5C97F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC7F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC9F9CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC979CB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97FCB8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9B8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9C8849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB849D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB889D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB884D9914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB88499914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D914E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D994E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D991E516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914516F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E16F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E56F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E51F9' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E5169' 'D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F' b'lL\\\xc9\x7f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xdcL\\\xc9\x7f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6L\\\xc9\x7f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xcc\\\xc9\x7f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\\\xc9\x7f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xcc\xc9\x7f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xc9\x7f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xc9\x7f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x7f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x9f\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\x9c\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xfc\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xb8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xc8\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x84\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88\x9d\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88M\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\x99\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x14\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x94\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x91\xe5\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x91E\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x91N\x16\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x91NV\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x91NQ\xf9' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x91NQi' b'\xd6\xc4\xc5\xcc\x97\xf9\xcb\x88I\xd9\x91NQo' project runway 847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE '47D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '87D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '84D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '8478D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847DD6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D86EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8DEA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6A4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6E4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EAEDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4DD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4ED8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4ED8583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD583D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD883D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD853D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD858D4A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD85834A7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583DA7DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D47DC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4ADC3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7C3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7D3DEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DCDEEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3EEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEAE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEE' '847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEA' b'G\xd8\xd6\xeaN\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x87\xd8\xd6\xeaN\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84\xd8\xd6\xeaN\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84x\xd6\xeaN\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\xd6\xeaN\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x86\xeaN\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8d\xeaN\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8djN\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dnN\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xae\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xdd\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\x85\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd5\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8\x83\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8S\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X\xd4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X4\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=\xa7\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=G\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=J\xdc=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=J|=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=J}=\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=J}\xcd\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=J}\xc3\xee\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=J}\xc3\xde\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=J}\xc3\xde\xae' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=J}\xc3\xde\xee' b'\x84}\x8dn\xa4\xed\xd8X=J}\xc3\xde\xea' 7FG final request 831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9 '31CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '81CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '83CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831F9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831C9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CFC1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF91C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9CC534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C34ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C54ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C53ECDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534CDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534EDAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECAE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDE63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDA63E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE3E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE6E2C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE632C8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE63EC8783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E28783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C783EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C883EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C873EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C878EB9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783B9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783E9' '831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB' b'1\xcf\x9c\x1cSN\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x81\xcf\x9c\x1cSN\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\xcf\x9c\x1cSN\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1f\x9c\x1cSN\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\x9c\x1cSN\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xfc\x1cSN\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\x1cSN\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xccSN\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1SN\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc3N\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc5N\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc5>\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xcd\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xed\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xaec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xdec\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xdac\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe3\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6\xe2\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe62\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6>\xc8x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6>(x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6>,x>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6>,\x88>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6>,\x87>\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6>,\x87\x8e\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6>,\x87\x83\xb9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6>,\x87\x83\xe9' b'\x83\x1c\xf9\xc1\xc54\xec\xda\xe6>,\x87\x83\xeb' fall of cassandra 2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3 'B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '26DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2BDAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6AE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DA482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE82AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE42AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE48AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482EDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482ADE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AED5BAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDEBAC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5AC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BC99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BA99B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC9B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC9B7D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC997D47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99BD47ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B747ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D7ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D4ABDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47BDB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ADB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABB3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABD3' '2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB' b'\xb6\xda\xe4\x82\xae\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'&\xda\xe4\x82\xae\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+\xda\xe4\x82\xae\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+j\xe4\x82\xae\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xe4\x82\xae\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xa4\x82\xae\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xae\x82\xae\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeB\xae\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH\xae\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH.\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xde[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xee[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed[\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xeb\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xac\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xbc\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\x99\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\xb7\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x97\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x9b\xd4z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x9btz\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x9b}z\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x9b}J\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x9b}G\xbd\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x9b}G\xad\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x9b}G\xab\xb3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x9b}G\xab\xd3' b'+m\xaeH*\xed\xe5\xba\xc9\x9b}G\xab\xdb'

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 18 11:42

This is retard disinfo code. No sine, no pi, no binary expansion.

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 18 17:31

import sys import binascii codes = ["392D8A3EEA2527D6AD8B1EBBAB6AD", # eta numeris "D6C4C5CC97F9CB8849D9914E516F9", # sin topper "847D8D6EA4EDD8583D4A7DC3DEEAE", # project runway "831CF9C1C534ECDAE63E2C8783EB9", # 7FG request "2B6DAE482AEDE5BAC99B7D47ABDB3"] # fall of cassandra for x in codes: for i in range(29): print(''.join([x[j] for j in range(len(x)) if j != i])) for i in range(29): print(binascii.unhexlify(''.join([x[j] for j in range(len(x)) if j != i])))

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 18 20:20

what method did you use to get your local blockchain?

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 21 01:11

Anyone still around?

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 21 01:14

Yes, 24/7 ... but people using person2person mails. i've never get any. ;-)

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Apr 27 20:29

bumpy smalls

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
May 30 05:27

afafas

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Jun 8 12:30

If one were to combine the binary expansion of pi/2 would you be finding the IEEE floating point expansion or simply set 1.54whatever to 154whatever??? Also what sort of combinations would give good coverage? Hex + binexp (as hex) into binary, or hex to bin + binexp as binary... Also, the py.pi is only good to a certain length

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Jun 8 16:49

Bump

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
Jun 9 01:56

sad

[chan] 1cad9ce04cda0fa318c415ba8b12adc4e10d8f327be4ff2b64f8ffdd44601582
BM-2cU2wjErGCJ5A5EhkTb9dR6LLwwCoFb5nB

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