Friday, April 10, 2009

The fifth one, george washinton


look at the url
"annuit"
and who's in the picture? george washington.
the Kbiquad bit is there to throw you off, his name is george washington.

If you google "george washington annuit" together, you will get the location of a place

The answer is dayton (highlight to expose)

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7 comments:

  1. I agree with Freedom R.A.S....

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  2. I agree with the two above commenters. How were we actually supposed to figure out it was Dayton? What is Kbiquad------I?

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  3. The Kbiquad could be K=1000 in Roman numerals Bi=2 quad=4. The population of Dayton,washington is 2400 people according to the dayton website. I still don't know the connection to money and dayton though.
    I thought that it might have something to do with the first paper money being used in 1024 in China but apparently not...

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  4. The Battle of Monmouth was fought in Dayton Ohio. George Washington was the leader of the Continental Army. It's where he first made history. Annuit has something to do with the freemasons because there's freemasons in Dayton, Ohio. I'm not sure how the kbiquad______i fits in, or 2400. There's also the clue "consider where I've traveled" which makes me think it's something with a dollar bill. Along with a clue about wheresgeorge.com on the nerdfigher's website.

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  5. There is a website called "Where's George?" that tracks dollar bills by serial number. If you look at a dollar, the serial numbers start with a letter followed by numbers. A dollar bill from the K24------I series originated in Dayton, Ohio, according to the "Where's George?" site, http://www.wheresgeorge.com/report.php?key=b94683f58ad6156d62ee48ba1fea4a6ca1cd1dbaa21b4477.

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  6. Sorry, I'm more than a day late, but hopefully NOT a dollar short. ;)

    I think, like Ellen said, the answer comes from Where's George? If bi=2 and quad=4 (as Genevieve suggested), kbiquad------i translates to K24------I, which is the serial number of a one-dollar bill that was first logged in Dayton, Ohio, on the Where's George? site.

    "Annuit coeptis" is one of the mottos on the Great Seal of the United States, which is on the back of the one-dollar bill.

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