For sure I am queer and out of place. Are you still here? Go start the chase
This means that the answer is not here, on this page. After some looking around, I ended up on avigrail's user page, finding this:
Well done! If you are looking for something
out of place
you are on the right track here.
But always remember in the first place stacks are amazing but not a
This led me to look around on Stack Exchange, eventually ending up on avigrail's network profile mostly by chance. There I found:
Well done! Almost there.
Next part of the riddle:
I'm in the beginning as well as the end And always traceable no matter
what I pretend
I originally thought this referred to tags, but now I'm pretty sure it refers to edits. Reason being, the answer is in an edit that avigrail made yesterday.
I really am curious about who will find the animate being that hides
Curiosity killed the cat, they say.
FYI I included some other small things here (very small actually). Those were not to be the main hints.
The second meaning for "in the end" is that this riddle of course includes the solution, too. Technically, this post also is the end (for now :p).
The solution is here - No it is not. No further explanation. Same with far-fetched.
You will find only one of my kind - is pretty interesting because by finding (CRTL + F) the word "cat" could be found only once on this page. By now, several answers to this questions have added some cats of course. Anyway you will most likey find "cat" but no dog, cow, rabbit, etc. In other words the cat is the only kind of animal around.
And always traceable, no matter what I pretend also means, that the solution was hidden in a spoiler and therefore pretended to be invisible/untraceable. Hilarious side effect: the cat hides until you move your mouse close to it.
its considered as a fourth dimension thats kinda queer as we cant comprehend 4d objects
Time stacks are a name given to photos which show lots of time in one image there amazing
but they are no maze
we measure time trace it back through history, make futuristic predictions and so forth
the animate being is yourself in the future if you were to look through time. Are you curios to see your future self.
For sure I am queer, - we hardly remember something, but easily remember something, too. and out of place, - it can't be seen Are you still here? - sometimes we forgot something shortly Go start the chase - we sometime want to remember things we forgot
But always remember, in the first place, stacks are amazing, but not a maze - we get more memory as we grow up, it will keep "stacking" until the end
I'm in the beginning, as well as the end - we have memory since we born, until we die And always traceable, no matter what I pretend - we can remember something when we saw/touch/smell specific item or hear specific word. Even when you have amnesia
I really am curious, about who will find, the animate being, that hides behind - we can rewind what we have done, and find something back
another answer (for fun):
a troll/people who make fun of you whatever you did, they are in everywhere, you can trace them, but barely can do things to them
It is out of place of where the original object it reflects, stacks of things don't affect it, it is a simple hard object, it appears when the light comes on, all the way till it dies down, and it does not matter what it looks like, you can always see trace it... The animate that hides behind? could be symbolic to: the object that it reflects
The answer is the null pointer, as in C and C-like languages.
Normally it's not supposed to appear in programs, thus "out of place" and needing to be "chased".
In some languages like C, it points to the start of memory (the zero address), but is often used to signal the end of a data structure with indeterminate length, like strings and "stacks".
Many compilers and runtimes "pretend" that the null pointer points to nothing (and signal its use as an error), because to do otherwise would open up major potential for security bugs, but (assuming that it points to zero, which is true for many languages but not all of them), technically it could point to something useful if it were allowed to be "traced".
Queer = not understandable by the average user,
Start the chase = find the shortest way to the next IP,
Stacks relate to the complexity of Internet routes,
Beginning and end = Both client and server,
Always traceable (even though it can be very difficult),
Animate being = human or machine on either side,
One of a kind
It doesn't seem like it fits everything but it's my best guess
a fingerprint, and this connects well with the "beginning" and "end", as they are at the ends of your fingers, and stick with you from the beginning and end of your life. They look rather like a "maze"?? are literally traceable and traceable for tracking crimes etc. and humans are behind them and each are unique?! also you touch them together when you pray hahahah
seems to fit everything except the last verse and the hint.
It's 'out of place' because it leads out of the place where it begins. 'Go start the chase' - chasing along the road. 'Not a maze' - it's a straight road. 'I'm in the beginning as well as the end' - both ends of the road are part of it. It's 'always traceable' because it appears on a map.
Probably not the right answer though, since it has nothing to do with 'stacks' or an 'animate being' and it's not 'the only one of its kind'!
Pokemon are conventionally odd entities (Queer)
Whilst in the pokeball they see nothing (Are you still here?)
Gotta catch em all (The chase)
Ash' Pikachu was with him from the beginning and always will be his pokemon (In the first place)
Pokemon evolve from one stage to another so the initial one is still the end one, but evolved (I'm in the beginning as well as the end, and always traceable)
Pokemon are curious creatures (I really am curious)
You have to hunt to find them in long grass or elsewhere etc. (About who will find, the animate being, that hides behind)
Pokemon are animate beings
I'm new here so my spoiler tag could be a bit messy, forgive me.
Could the answer be:
- It is queer to see fossils (bones) in the ground or in rocks where they could be considered out of place
- Paleontologists chase after fossils
- Stacks are geological formations which can be made of limestone, sometimes containing fossils, i.e the jurassic coast. they are pretty amazing to look at but they are not a maze
- They are there at the beginning , when a vertebrate is born and they remain at the end after the flesh has decomposed
- They are tracable through carbon dating and genetic testing, i suppose, no matter how they are hidden
- You can trace bones to the animal that they once supported
- It is technically out of place in the universe, where non-life is the vast majority.
- Stacks, i.e., lots of life/lives is better than a little, I suppose.
- Beginning and end are merely a metter of timeframe, lives are traceable whether people want it or not.
- And behind every life there's something animate.
- And everyone only has one (cats go away!).
but it doesn't really fit the bill in all aspects..