Recognized as one of the most brilliant scientists of all time, Sir Isaac Newton was always ahead of his time.
On the cusp of something brilliant, late in 1704, he had the idea to send you a coded question.
You might wonder how Newton could send you a message 300-plus years into the future?
But let me explain: he was a genius.
I cannot give you all the details, but I can point you in the right direction.
Verified for me, by a Newton scholar, I present to you the coded question Newton intended for you to answer.
P.S. - Oh good, I did not inhibit. Ever get near a rabid otter?
Checksum thing: 6F,35,09,43,04,0D,5D,55,5D,07,04,3D,0F,04,2D,67,04,66,3E,06,47,15,17,7A
An encoding scheme is a container ends like a yellow bird
Edited the introductory paragraph to put the starting point out in the open though I doubt that's what is holding someone back.
Newton holds the key once you've converted his color bar message to the correct format. PS - Don't forget.
Newton had to take a bite a bit smaller than you normally might. It seems it was a little tight to try and transmit it through the light.