I'll be out of the UK on business, so I'm very sorry but I won't be able to make the 7th March, and I'm really genuinely very upset about that. I would have loved to have met my fellow hunters and of course especially you Pete. Could this be repeated in the near future? All the best Marc
Post by inatimate1 on Mar 11, 2019 22:40:49 GMT -5
He prefers a description to coordinates as it’s easier to look it up?
That’s probably the biggest takeaway I’ve got from what you’ve said.
As the person who’s hidden the token I’m sure Pete would know what the coordinates of the hiding spot are, he’s asked for it within a single square metre, so there wouldn’t be any issue in terms of looking up the submissions.
I thought the sun was involved here and that the position of a sun on a certain day would give the location of the treasure. But again, that would still be a fixed spot...
Now I’m thinking, what if the token itself is on something that is constantly moving?
Thanks illuminatinps for taking the time to write this up for us, really appreciated. This most definitely provides some much needed food for thought. I agree with inatimate 1. To find out that he prefers a description to co-ordinates is VERY surprising.