naked lunch coder
naked lunch decoder
ticket that exploded
ticket that exploded
- Everything is now working.
- The Quantum Writing Generator was an idea proposed to the nova mob yahoo club by jakeroo42. Please visit that club for specific details. After reading his idea, I decided it was a brilliant thing to do, so I have been hell-bent on making a quicker method of the experiment for some time.
- The original concept centered mostly on taking text, encoding it, and seeing if it says something else. If that is what you're after, you need not read any further. You can do that by feeding in any text to the machines, as many times as you like, and putting it through all or any combination of the codes. The more text you use, the more likely it will say any besides jumbled garbage. Happy coding.
- However, the encoding procedure is a bit more (potentially) complicated:
- First off, after encoding your message, you have to find a way to tell your recipient which code it's in. This could be accomplished in a number of ways. You could either blatantly spell out the code ("nakedlunch"), or each code could be assigned a number or symbol. (nakedlunch=code1). I am thinking of making the machine do this for you, but that's for another day.
- Also, a number or symbol must be assigned for the language the code is in, in addition to the code system itself (nakedlunch:english) or (1:1).
- Also, it is my proposal that you should assign a value to another variable, namely, the amount of times it it run through the machine. Since it is not done with paper and scissors, you can easily run a message through a code three or four times. To un-encode it, you would simply run it through the unencoder the same number of times. Example: to tell someone to unencode a message you've written in the "Interzone" code in English, run through the machine three times, you might write: (interzone:english:3).
- It is also my suggestion that particular symbols would denote a paragraph break, such as the "/" sign. This character could be programmed to never change, so that paragraph breaks would never be lost in translation.
- Anyone wishing to read a more detailed explantion of my coding proposal should click here.