On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 11:24:30AM +0200, Bruno Marchal wrote:
> A, B, C, D, ... are conventional names for recognizable physical
> signals in the message we got. Can you decode it? It is the inverse
> of cryptography. The idea is that such a message can be understood
> by any patient enough (Löbian) entity having a small amount of
> inference ability.
> 
> Here is the message:
> 
> ABACAADABAACAAADAABAAACAAAAADAAAABACAAAAADAABAACAAAADAAABAACAAAAADAABACAAAD
> AAAAABAAAAACAAAAAAAAAADEBACADAAAABECAAAADEBECEDAFAAACAAADAAFAAACAAAAAAD
> Etc.
> 

Obviously, the As spell out a series of integers

11212323541522432521355{10}1144413236

If you set B=+ and C==, and D=; the first part of the message decodes
as

1+1=2;1+2=3;2+3=5;4+1=5;2+2=4;3+2=5;2+1=3;5+5=10;

then we have

E+1=1;
4+E=4;
E+E=E;

so E=0

then

1F3=3;
2F3=6;

so F=*

and so on...

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