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Sorry for your loss.


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Perhaps the last bottle was Reasoning Title


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I think the geographical is: The pattern is: The question shows these:


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I'm pretty sure it's The numbers encode, somewhat amazingly, and to combine two of them along the arrows, you just which, by some bizarre cosmic coincidence, seems to produce another suitable member in the set quite often. Wow. (The kids require attention, so I'll type in the rest of the details soon.) EDIT: Here are the promised details (for some ...


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You are: I found a puzzle that no-one can solve. I created a law but I was not a lawyer. I lived in a hostile world but found refuge in a hut.


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One group contains... ...because... And the other contains... ...because... Explanation of each word: SKEPTICAL DAPPLED COME-ON SOLO SACRAMENT CACCIATORE IMPRESSION WAITING And a quick mockup of how the image spatially relates to the puzzle, as suggested by the hints:


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First take the capital cities of the countries in order Now notice that So the next country he would have to visit would have to have


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The symbols around the lower boxes are These form The solutions to that part: These solutions have an interesting property: And finally,


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Here's your list with most initials and majors in place. I also added their ages and their personal best of tetris lines scored in a single game. (I think those were some of your interview questions.) You seem to have interviewed both John and Frederick twice, and I think Gabriel's initial should actually be G. I couldn't figure out your mom's initial, nor ...


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@athin has found the mathematical pattern in the sequence and created a useful general way to display it pictorially (go see their post and upvote). However, a slightly more accurate diagrammatic rendering would be as follows: This is because the sequence reflects: The significance of 23 March in the hints is that: The pattern emerges as: Why does the ...


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Perhaps a long shot: I found a puzzle that no-one can solve. I created a law but I was not a lawyer. I lived in a hostile world but found refuge in a hut.


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It's pointing you to The code is a I figured this out by noticing that


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Are you Longest in its kind across the globe Where five of seven meet the shore Here the rights are set in stone To cruise along the world's floor


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Partial Answer: Because: And also because: That being said, Other thoughts so that someone else can maybe finish this up:


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You can build a structure something along the lines of a da Vinci bridge, where the weight of the structure itself keeps it from falling apart: It's easiest to build on the tabletop; you can then pick it up by the bottom nail, watch how gravity locks the structure into place, and then balance the whole on the vertical nail.


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These clues all point towards: As follows: In case you're interested, the breakthrough for me finally came with Clue 12, coupled with your throwaway comment to @Sid saying that your younger sister solved it pretty quickly!


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I think the answer is: The logic: Then:


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Question 1: Question 2: Question 3: Algorithm used:


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Partial answer Then


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The first thing to notice here is that: How does this produce the locations turned up by your 'hacked' Google Maps? So, how about that trip to POLAND? Well, consider that: One final diagram showing the entire solution:


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The sequence can be visually illustrated as the following: For the mystery part, it also somewhat illustrates: The formula of the sequence is:


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Did she accidentally leave for her flat? Or did someone maybe Either reason would account for (Probably not the correct answer, since neither reason quite explains the two extra notes in the music, nor why the first and second lines have been swapped. But with the chance to put all those music puns into an answer, it's not like that's going to stop me ...


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Is it that The answer could be:


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You might be at Longest in its kind across the globe Where five of seven meet the shore Here the rights are set in stone To cruise along the world's floor


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The connection between the islands is: Here's how: I'm assuming it ends at Gotland because: Actually, as per Forgotten_User:


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Answer Reasoning


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How about this arrangement: If all of these categories are correct, then the municipality which would satisfy all 7 categories is: PS It's also worth noting from the comments that there are a few alternative linguistic categories that would also work to produce the same final connecting municipality...


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Guess I do not have a great moive knowlegde, but one could be Another may be Another may be Other guesses include So,


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You are going to: And the Safe combo is: I had no idea where to start with this, so did some cryptanalysis. The Index of Coincidence was $0.04082$ suggesting a polyalphabetic cipher (therefore likely vigenere), and running probable key lengths suggested that the most likely key length would be 8. Now things started to fall into place! The first important ...


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These are all Answers. As for the title (thanks to El-Guest in the comments)


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