# What is JonMarkPerry trying to tell us?

Following in the footsteps of MOehm, leoll2 and the formerly known Lukas Rotter (who has deleted his account D:), we have a new name to add: JonMarkPerry!

In his profile we find an interesting image:

(For colourblind: From left to right:

Yellow Red Orange Blue
Purple Dark Blue Red Green
Pink Blue Yellow Purple
Green Dark Blue Orange Pink)

Followed by the line

The diagonals are all 45°, and therefore +/-/0 1.

Observations:

• There are two of each colour
• 8 colours and the 0 1 seems to suggest binary
• For two inputs of each colour could be a logic gate
• Almost seems to be colours of the rainbow

So, you know the drill:

# What is JonMarkPerry trying to tell us?

(Also note his profile pic has changed to a pic of Hank Williams III which may or may not be related)

• Aaah, interestinge... Mar 10, 2017 at 19:18
• Also, let's not forget that shade of grey in background, and the black lines :0 Mar 10, 2017 at 19:32
• Lukas Rotter no longer exists. Mar 12, 2017 at 15:11
• @ΈρικΚωνσταντόπουλος I know he changed his name to Display Name. Or are you saying he deleted his account? Mar 12, 2017 at 15:13
• @BeastlyGerbil His account was deleted. Mar 12, 2017 at 15:14

I have absolutely no idea if this is a coincidence, and it probably is buuut...

I took the distances of each cell to its partner. this was always greater than two. I subtracted two from each of these values, then joined them to make a ternary number: 1011100221112012. this is 16670426. we can convert this into letters by making letters as large as possible unless it is not possible to be a letter (66 is no letter). this becomes pfgdz. putting this into imgur gets this (for some reason it doesn't like the format)

http://imgur.com/pfgdz

Probably a coincidence because there was no communication of lower and uppercase letters. but if it isn't this might help.

Also I looked through some of the other capitalisations and I do not recommend it. what matters is probably just that the full caps didn't have anything

• Well thats a nice idea, but probably was a coincidence... Mar 24, 2017 at 7:05
• Aah, this is fascinating. Mar 29, 2017 at 10:11

The hex codes of colors are:

FFF200 ED1C24 FFC20E 00B7EF
6F3198 4D6DF3 ED1C24 A8E61D
FFA3B1 00B7EF FFF200 6F3198
A8E61D 4D6DF3 FFC20E FFA3B1

Yellow : FFF200,
Red : ED1C24,
Orange : FFC20E,
Blue : 00B7EF,
Purple : 6F3198,
Dark-Blue : 4D6DF3,
Green : A8E61D,
Pink : FFA3B1,

(#DCDCDC) the shade of grey in the background.

Trying to analyse this...