M Oehm
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Inscrutable IQ Tests
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The message of this IQ test is: Question 1: Question 3: Question 7: What's with the odd numbering?

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Incomprehensible Crossword [Puzzle]
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The notable object is ... This crossword is "incomprehensible", because ... The hint ... We can start with ... So ... The down clues ... The completed grid ... The grid entries ...

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ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
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[Not a full answer, only some loose thoughts that are too long for comments. I'm building on Rand al'thor's answer here.] Flags "Mo te atua" "Poety - Trust" Ecuador, Bolivia and ...

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How to get to the given solution for this hidden words puzzle?
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The answer is hidden ... Then ...

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Don't take these too literally (A British sensation)
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The British sensation is ... The prefix: The infix was found by C8H10N4O2 already: The suffix, working from Stiv's comment: Overall: Acknowledgements:

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What letter is this?
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The letter is: The first twelve characters ... The football ...

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The grass is greener on the other side (it's a matter of perspective)
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The hidden word is:

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You don't want to sell me matchsticks
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Lukas wants to draw our attention to … The completed sequence is: The matches represent … And the sequence? The missing matches … We can fill in the blanks:

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A picture is worth a thousand words
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These pictures say: How so? What does it mean?

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Weather or not?
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Bad news. There is going to be ... Hidden in the forecast ... How did I find it?

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Fact or Fiction? You decide. (Polygon trivia)
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The claim is: 001133445566778899 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVXYZ 451 Albert and Edward ~2.598076211353316xsxs +1

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Flying high with my travel agent
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Pat sends me to ... The flights follow this pattern: Where am I headed?

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My favorite holiday destination
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Your favourite destination is: Each of the rows ...

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What comes next in this sequence? 2, 3, 1, 5, 7, …
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I've got an explanation that looks sensible, but doesn't quite work out at the beginning. We can plot the sequence si: We can see that ... Anyway, ...

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How can I create a programmatic solution to a formation of numbers problem?
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You can try to generate all possible valid expressions and evaluate them. If the result matches your target value, print it. How can you generate all expressions? Let's start with a simplified variant ...

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Increment and shift the points, to the cipher!
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I think the encoded "Painting" is: How does the cipher work? So the rule for encoding is: The last example ... Puzzle critique:

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We Need to Extract Frank’s Site Rankings
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The rankings from 1 to 10 are: "Spanish Language is actually #5" Christianity [3] Stack Overflow [9] Amateur Radio [17] Spanish Language [21] Biology [29] Graphic Design [36] ...

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A Loooooong Sequence of Calculations
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The answer is: The numbers in the equation ... Note that ... Hmm. And now?

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It's a LITS! And a... um...?
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The topical word is: The LITS solution is: The next step: First level: Second level Third and last level: Remarks:

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Decipher this message for instructions to decipher this message
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Let's solve this backwards as intended. Observe that every word ... Further, we can ... And indeed, ...

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Mystery instruction manual
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When your mother told you your uncle was a vaccinologist, you misheard. He was in fact a ... The instructions show ... Here's the list: Or with a diagram: What's with the gaps?

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No Sound in Space
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The "cryptic clues" are ... In particular: (Ⓝ found by Narushiteli; Ⓢ found by samm82; Ⓟ guessed by Prem.) The first letters of these words so far spell out:

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Political Bantering Puzzle
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All bold passages ... So:

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What is this group?
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They are all ... In particular: Doubts about the answer:

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A maze of placed faces
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The two missing presidents are: As Victor has found out ... We get: Or ... Special thanks ...

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Where is Rodney Waddler?
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The capitals Rodney visits are ... How? What's with the "aeroplane stairs"? And the cities? In detail:

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Cryptic Clue Maze
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This solution build on the work coordinated by Deusovi and the restrictions outlined by Bulldog6404. I haven't put the more general comments below in spoiler tags, because that woulx be a lot of ...

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What is a Felt Word™?
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A Felt word is a word ... Evidence section: A bit of statistics: Unfortunately, ...

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A Cryptic Property
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The Clues – Group 1 The Clues – Group 2 The property all words share: What differs between the two groups: High fives to:

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Shipwreck hunting
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Deusovi and the commenting crew have already found out in which country the meeting point is. But Uncle Redbeard has also specified a seaport. We just need to "connect the dots". (This ...

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