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confusio    0
for some reason it looks like an R on mine but I think your right makes sense

EW =Eli Whitney cotton gin

HD = Humphrey Davy, an Englishman, demonstrated a powerful electric lamp to the Royal Society in 1806

jw =james watt, improved steam engine 1763

BF = Benjamin franklin, pointed light rod conductor

GLL = George Louis Lesage, used a single wire system to telegraph a message (1774)

LP = Louis pasteur French scientist who discovered the process of sterilizing milk

GS = Glenn T. Seaborg, The nuclear chemist's best-known achievement was the synthesis and isolation of the radioactive element plutonium

GM = Guglielmo Marconi, radio

AGB = Alexander grand bell

CM = Cyrus Hall McCormick,, inventor of the reaper

TM = Thomas edison, Phonograph

Now we need the dates they were invented

There is no steam engine in the figure, I still believe is a hydraulic ram invented by John Whitehurst

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curtis18    0
post-192294-1169306000_thumb.jpgDisco Inferno may give a clue of flip when the fake dances are blacked out.

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boazer    0
There is no steam engine in the figure, I still believe is a hydraulic ram invented by John Whitehurst

it could be Im not sure but I seen the handle and the valve stem thats what led me to beleive it was possibly a steam engine

But please update list if I'm incorrect on any names...

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birddawg    0
for some reason it looks like an R on mine but I think your right makes sense

EW =Eli Whitney cotton gin

HD = Humphrey Davy, an Englishman, demonstrated a powerful electric lamp to the Royal Society in 1806

jw =james watt, improved steam engine 1763

BF = Benjamin franklin, pointed light rod conductor

GLL = George Louis Lesage, used a single wire system to telegraph a message (1774)

LP = Louis pasteur French scientist who discovered the process of sterilizing milk

GS = Glenn T. Seaborg, The nuclear chemist's best-known achievement was the synthesis and isolation of the radioactive element plutonium

GM = Guglielmo Marconi, radio

AGB = Alexander grand bell

CM = Cyrus Hall McCormick,, inventor of the reaper

TM = Thomas edison, Phonograph

Now we need the dates they were invented

EW =Eli Whitney cotton gin 1794

Edited by birddawg

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newman12    0

Pirate Treasure answer give the clue "How Many Rays". Count the rays around the star...answer

Seventeen

:shifty:

...Guess I was a bit late with that one. Sorry for the Dupe

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Sir_billy_wizz    0

Number Grid

34223424

Guess we need a clue after that.............

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rjstinyc    0

CALENDAR WHEEL = BRONZE

SPEAK EASY = STRAIGHT FLUSH

PIRATE TREASURE = SEVENTEEN

LASER =

BALANCE THE BOOKS =

DISCO INFERNO =

NUMBER GRID =

HISTORY LESSON = MAGELLAN

COMPOSERS =

LETTERS FROM HOME =

MURAL =

TOMB =

Edited by rjstinyc

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confusio    0
EW =Eli Whitney cotton gin 1794

HD = Humphrey Davy, an Englishman, demonstrated a powerful electric lamp to the Royal Society in 1806

jw =james watt, improved steam engine 1763

BF = Benjamin franklin, pointed light rod conductor

GLL = George Louis Lesage, used a single wire system to telegraph a message (1774)

LP = Louis pasteur French scientist who discovered the process of sterilizing milk

GS = Glenn T. Seaborg, The nuclear chemist's best-known achievement was the synthesis and isolation of the radioactive element plutonium

GM = Guglielmo Marconi, radio

AGB = Alexander grand bell

CM = Cyrus Hall McCormick,, inventor of the reaper

TM = Thomas edison, Phonograph

Pasteur published the paper in 1878.

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Apogee    0

Eli Whitney - 1794

Humphrey Davy - 1806/1809

James Watt - 1763

Benjamin Franklin - 1752

George Louis Lesage - 1774

Louis Pasteur - 1862/1878

Glenn T. Seaborg - 1941

Guglielmo Marconi - 1888

Alexander Graham Bell - ?

Cyrus Hall McCormick - 1831

Thomas Edison - 1877

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SamoX19    0
Eli Whitney - 1794

Humphrey Davy - 1806/1809

James Watt - 1763

Benjamin Franklin - 1752

George Louis Lesage - 1774

Louis Pasteur - 1862/1878

Glenn T. Seaborg - 1941

Guglielmo Marconi - 1888

Alexander Graham Bell - ?

Cyrus Hall McCormick - 1831

Thomas Edison - 1877

AGB - telephone - 1876

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thsartori    0

In "Balance the Books" there is a white box is under the left page.

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Apogee    0

Eli Whitney - 1794

Humphrey Davy - 1806/1809

James Watt - 1763

Benjamin Franklin - 1752

George Louis Lesage - 1774

Louis Pasteur - 1862/1878

Glenn T. Seaborg - 1941

Guglielmo Marconi - 1888

Alexander Graham Bell - 1875/1876

Cyrus Hall McCormick - 1831

Thomas Edison - 1877

I don't get the pictures for Seaborg and Bell. Why are they the same?

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newman12    0
Good call! I was thinking along those lines too but got distracted!

Exactly what I did...started throwing out poker hands...LOL..Very Nice

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Jaxom    0

in Speakeasy, the white box is on the lower left of the door. You have to knock first, then as the door gets bigger, it appears.

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novastar    0

HISTORY LESSONS - MAGELLAN

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birddawg    0

Did anyone figure out who wrote the piece in Composer yet?

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totalslacker    0

The paper in TOMB is a map of the Giza pyramids...

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Aeschylus Maximus    0

IN SPeak easy click on the door then look along the left edge of the door. CLoser to the bottom you will see a WHITE BOX :)

ANother white box in history lesson left wing of the plane

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rjstinyc    0
Did anyone figure out who wrote the piece in Composer yet?

No not yet but I am transposing the music to try and figure out what piece it is and thus who wrote it.

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thsartori    0

In History Lesson the white box is in the left wing of the plane

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Aeschylus Maximus    0
In History Lesson the white box is in the left wing of the plane

Read 2 posts up

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dmurfin    0
Did anyone figure out who wrote the piece in Composer yet?

The piece of music for the composers is a medley of the various composers music, for instance 'Ode to Joy' by Beethoven. I am working on having a midi file online when I have finished inputting all the music.

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thsartori    0
Read 2 posts up

gee thanx

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tsavo    0
I've click on the 27 white boxes but i'm still at 26...

where found them : http://forums.unfiction.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=17829

Sometimes the flash doesn't work properly. Right now the flash on Speakeasy doesn't seem to be recording the white box for me so I've avoided answering it. After clicking a white box, it's probably a good idea to check collectionplate before completing that puzzle.

For Tombs, the symbols on the right look like yo-yo moves.

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