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Clue #5 - Persephone (1) Newsletter, Joop, Breaking Strain

Go to the Hanso Foundation website and use the password "breaking strain" for the"Newsletter (sign up) and "Send Joop a Message" in Joop's Corner...see what happens (make sure your speakers are turned up for the dramatic effect).

Interested in (part of) the meaning of "breaking strain", click HERE to appreciate the brilliance. It is a reference to a Rudyard Kipling poem.

Where did we get "breaking strain"? Read the phone call transcript from Clue #7.

8 Comments:

Blogger :) Me said...

Very interesting... the reference to Kippling is certainly not an accident.

One passage, "...abide the twin damnation/to fail and know we fail...", is it a reference to the "Bad Twin"? Look for future clues or passwords within the poem. Nice find!

5/08/2006 01:38:00 AM  
Blogger LuLu said...

After you send a message to Joop a cell appears and then I clicked on the cells popping up until a red one appears. Click on the red one to get a message regarding an infection outbreak. Could also be that the red cell will just appear on its own in the middle of the screen after a series of "white cells"

5/11/2006 01:10:00 PM  
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5/13/2006 08:17:00 AM  
Blogger Destoo said...

Joop's picture has been updated.
It looks like there's a red section not unlike the Caltech document, and there's also a green triangle on the right.

Anyone can photoshop/disassemble this?

5/14/2006 09:48:00 AM  
Blogger Destoo said...

Also, there are many more hotspots in the picture than there are circles.. Right before you click on the red one, you can spot at three green sections (when tabbing). Two intersecting lines, and one region.

Yellow squares mean links.. What are green squares and lines?

5/14/2006 09:54:00 AM  
Blogger Kermit007 said...

I can't seem to get anything you are all talking about. What messages are you sending Joop?

5/25/2006 04:07:00 AM  
Blogger Angie said...

when i try to get the newsletter (sign up) all I get is a message...and then 'gotta go.'

5/26/2006 12:16:00 PM  
Blogger bsmooth8 said...

Did you read the GWC letter? It appears the objective of the letter is to make the Hanso Foundation stop their research somewhere in Africa due to some linkage between a new outbreak that the Hanso Foundation may be a part of. Just based on this alone, is it possible that experiments in the island were dropped by the Hanso Foundation by GWC in the past?

6/03/2006 02:14:00 PM  

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