Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Test 2: Broad Spectrum Knowledge Analysis 269

*UPDATE: Hans Van Eegen is sending out e-mails asking Dharma recruits to go take Test 2. You can view the e-mail HERE. There seems to be a message in the source code hinting at the "cheat" (*Thanks Codysmom for pointing that out in comments.) or just showing someone's displeasure with Dharma. Could this be from RuckusGuy? Is he the one giving us these cheats?

Head over to Dharma Wants You and take Test 2. You may take the test as many times as you like, but only your first score will be counted. You will not be told your results upon completion, and there is a cheat this time as well.

We are being put into three groups this time around: Steropes, Brontes, or Polyphemus, which are all names of cyclops.

Click here to read more about the Test 2 cheat.
Test 2 Cheat
The “i” in the word Analysis is underlined on the Test 2 instructions page. When you get to the final question on the test, if you press the letter “i” the correct answer will flash.


Here is the complete list of questions and correct answers

A dependent clause can never be what? A sentence
A meter is equivalent to how many millimeters? 1,000
Alexander Fleming won the Nobel Prize for the discovery of what? Penicillin
Famous painter Picasso went by the first name of? Pablo
How is Indira Gandhi related to Mohandas Gandhi? Not Blood Related
How long does it take for the Earth to rotate around completely on its axis? 24 hours
How many days do ants live on average? 60
How many legs do insects have? 6
How many people are rescued alive from the ice cold waters surrounding the great Titanic? 6
How often do you take medicine labeled Q.I.D.? 4 times a day
How tall was the single piece of marble Michelangelo used to create "David"? 17 feet
If you are talking about electricity, what does "DC" stand for? Direct Current
In "Pinocchio", what are all the bad boys on Pleasure Island changed into? Donkeys
In medical terms, what does the suffix "-genic" mean? Genetic
In medical terms, what does the suffix "-lysis" mean? A. Losing B. Nourishment C. Air D. Disease
In what capital city would you find the [Bob] Marley museum? Kingston
In what country is Stonehenge located? England
In what year Renoir paint "Spring Bouquet"? 1866
In which sea animal species does the male carry the young? Seahorse
Matters related to what sense are referred to as olfactory? Smell
On which continent is Burundi located? Africa
On which diagnostic test would PVCs found? EKG
The Heidelberg School was a group of landscape painters located near which large city? Melbourne
The Jurassic period was found in which era? Mesozoic
The Louvre is located in what country? France
The medical term "stratify" is best defined as? Arrange In Groups For Analysis Of Results
The medical term "triple zero" refers to what? Absence of Pulse, Respirations Or Blood Pressure
The peanut is really a what? Legume
Vincent Van Gogh's famous painting of a night sky with swirling yellow stars is called what? Starry Night
What are the three main colors of the African Liberation Flag? Red Black Green
What BMI stand for? Body Mass Index
What can produce a shock of up to 650 volts? Electric Eel
What color is lobster's blood? Clear
What country did Iraq invade in 1990, based on claims of disputed oil? Kuwait
What country did king Hussein rule? Jordan
What did psychologist Carl Jung develop? Archetypes
What do the words "Dalai Lama" mean? Ocean Of Wisdom
What does a present perfect progressive verb express? Past Action Which Continues
What does the name "Iwo Jima" mean in Japanese? Sulfur Island
What ethnic group is primarily afflicted with sickle cell anemia? Black
What famous artist worked in a loft called "The Factory"? Andy Warhol
What form of writing uses mostly dialog? Play
What fraction of Earth's gravity is the Moon's gravity? One-Sixth
What GATT stand for? General Agreement On Trade And Tariffs
What is a Herkimer diamond? Quartz Crystal
What is a salpingoophrectomy? Removal of the fallopian tubes and ovaries
What is an Oophorectomy? Removal of the Ovaries
What is another name for the West Indies? Antilles
What is magma, which has surfaced through a volcanic eruption? Lava
What is Pablo Picasso's daughter's name? Paloma
What is the addictive chemical in cigarettes? Nicotine
What is the capital city of New Brunswick, Canada? Frederiction
What is the capital of Australia's Northern Territory? Darwin
What is the capital of east Timor? Dilli
What is the energy from the internal heat of the earth called? Geothermal Energy
What is the first priority in a trauma code? Airway
What is the first thing you do to a wound that is bleeding profusely? Apply direct pressure
What is the largest island in Baltic Sea? Gotland
What is the most abundant element in the known universe? Hydrogen
What is the name for a 100 foot tall tidal wave? Tsunami
What is the name for the submerged fringe of a continent? Continental Shelf
What is the population of the former Portuguese territory of Macau, which was returned to china in 1999? Approximately 450,000
What is the region between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter called? Asteroid Belt
What is the syllabic pattern of the haiku? 5, 7, 5
What is the term used to describe the inflammation of the brain? Encephalitis
What layer of the skin is just below the surface? Dermis
What leader said: "The great art of governing consists in not letting men grow old in their jobs"? Napoleon
What means having two eyes facing forward? Forward Vision
What military leader is quoted as saying "I came, I saw, I conquered?" Julius Caesar
What name did Jacques Cousteau call his main research vessel? Calypso
What organ does a deer lack? Gall bladder
What post-impressionist artist is known for painting Tahitian subject matter? Paul Gauguin
What punctuation ends a declarative sentence? A Period
What special disease does an endocrinologist study? Diabetes
What type of animal is an Arctic tern? Bird
What type of art emerged at exhibition titled "The Young Contemporaries" in 1961? Pop Art
What unit is force measured in? Newton
What war was said at the time to be “the war to end all wars”? World War I
What was the original name of Burkina Faso? Upper Volta
What word means to think about something and then do it on purpose? Premeditated
When a person says they are allergic to cats, what are they really allergic to? Dander
Where are carpal bones found? Wrist
Where are the mineral-rich Star Mountains? In Papua New Guinea
Where are the Pampas located? Argentine
Where did Ponce de Leon go to look for the fountain of youth? Florida
Where in England was the Magna Carta signed in 1215? A field near Runnymede
Where is an earthquake's epicenter? On the surface above the focus
Where was the world's first human heart transplant performed in 1967? Cape Town, South Africa
Which 2 of these medications are antibiotics? Biaxin and Levaquin
Which artist most famously employed the technique know as pointillism? Seurat
Which artist was called "Jack the Dripper"? Jackson Pollock
Which Brazilian state was the major producer of gold for the Portuguese crown in the 18th century? Minas Gerais
Which Canadian painter, born and educated in Scotland, painted large-format works using Lucite? Jock MacDonald
Which conjunctions are always together? Whether, Or
Which country covers the largest total area? Virgin Islands
Which country is the Ananda Temple located in? Burma
Which country split from Ethiopia with a peaceful vote? Eritrea
Which Ernest Hemingway story is about abortion? Hills Like White Elephants
Which Irish city would you be near if you were at Dun Laoghaire port? Dublin
Which is a noun used as an adjective in this phrase: bean soup and bread? Bean
Which is a plural possessive word? Birds'
Which is another name for a red blood cell? Erythrocyte
Which is Earth's nearest neighbor in space? The Moon
Which is the world's largest lizard? The Komodo Dragon
Which leader was known for a "Cultural Revolution"? Mao Zedong
Which literary term means a story illustrating a moral lesson? Allegory
Which medical term means "based on experience"? Empiric
Which of the following grows the tallest? California Redwood Tree
Which of these brain structures is part of the limbic system ? Hippocampus
Which of these does not have the Union Jack on its flag? Wales
Which of these is a kingdom in the classification of living things? Fungi
Which of these is an example of personification? A. Painful Echoes B. Weary Street Echoes with pain C. The weary street D. Echoes pain
Which of these is not a plant? Marsh Hawk
Which of these medical terms means "to leak outside of a blood vessel"? Extravaste
Which of these scientific instruments measures mass? Analytical Balance
Which painkiller was recalled in 1982 because of product tampering? Tylenol
Which pairs of minerals are almost always found together? Azurite and Malachite
Which poetry term means the repetition of vowel sounds? Assonance
Which sea lies at one end of the Great Wall of China? The Yellow Sea
Which sea separates Asia Minor from Greece? Aegean
Which sentence contains a verb in the past perfect tense? He Had Studied Law Before Then
Which sentence contains a verb in the present perfect tense? I have eaten all of the pie
Which type of poetry is in a long narrative style? Epic
Which war was concluded by the Treaty of Utrecht? War Of Spanish Succession
Which was the last province to enter confederation in Canada? Newfoundland
Which word can be a linking verb? Become
Which word is preposition? Below
Who developed the vaccine for polio? Jonas Salk
Who does Heathcliff love in Charlotte Bronte's Classic Novel "Wuthering Heights"? Catherine Earnshaw
Who is the father in "To Kill a Mockingbird"? Atticus Finch
Who is the speaker of the dialogue "Go now", Mary said? A. Mary B. An Actor C. Woman D. An Unknown Person
Who set a record for days in space by a woman in 1995? Elena Kondakova
Who was the "Grate Grey Poet"? Walt Whitman
Who was the father of Hercules? Zeus
Who was the Israeli prime minister during the 1973 war? Golda Meir
Who wrote "A Pilgrim's Progress"? John Bunyan
Who wrote the novel "Little Women"? Louisa May Alcott
Whom did Churchill call the "American Carnot" in WWII? George Marshall
With whom was Gatsby obsessed in Fitzgerald's novel "The Great Gatsby"? Daisy
You can visit Alcatraz prison in which of these states? California
* If you see anything missing or incorrect, please send us an email!


* Thanks to Zort70, RRogue67, and inatrancer for e-mailing about the test, Thrasher76 for the cyclops information, and DarkUFO for teamworking all the questions.

269 comments:

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Ange said...

I am off to work. Hopefully Dennis can add more to this post later as details trickle in!

Please be careful not to spoil the cheat for a bit so people can try to find it themselves if they want to :D.

takes a village said...

A TLC Happy Birthday shoutout to Mr Purgatory himself,Chucklez3.
Now excuse me, I have a test to take.

Sayid'sgirl said...

Yes Happy Birthday Chucklez!!
I just took the test. I'm in Poloyphemus group now.
Then I come here and find out there's another cheat. To late now the site says it only takes th first test. Ah well. Or maybe the cheat negates that. hmmmm

Ellen said...

Good Morning Everyone... Glad to see that the new test is up!
xxoo

Ellen said...

email...

takes a village said...

Sayid'sgirl,
I am in Polyphemus too.
I thought with my heart, instead of my cheat.

The Jesus said...

Wow, I actually figured out the cheat without reading about it first!

aurelie said...

hi,
there is also a brontes group (a cyclops too)
execept for pinnochio and the donkeys, I am not sure any of my answers are right !! :oS

Thrasher76 said...

I will not score well because, I used my laptop, which wirelessly times out and then I have to reset the network! UGH!!

soap said...

I'm in a group called 'Steropes'
and i'm pretty sure i did rubbish on the test.. my general knowledge isn't good.. =P

Dennis said...

If anyone has the time, it would be great if you could post your questions and answers here. Obviously, don't screw up your first test results.

BTW, I briefly looked in the source codes, and I didn't see the questions/answers there, BUT I did notice a piece of code that check to see if you "cheated". Not sure what that means right now...

Lisa said...

WoooHoooo I made the leader board !!! #10 but hey, I can up that given time ! lol I'm so excited ! Lisa

Dennis said...

Congratulations Lisa!


Also, if people want to post their questions, it would also be helpful if you looked up the correct answer and just posted that one as well (we don't really need the incorrect answers)

Dennis said...

Lisa, I have a few questions:

Did you sign anyone up?
How many Dharma points do you have?
What group are you in?
What was your score on Test 1?
Did you use the space bar cheat?

Lisa said...

Hi Dennis, I've signed up everyone I know and then some. I have 310 Dharma Points and working on getting more. I'm in Ganymede Group and Bronte ( I think that's what it was) My first score on Test 1 was 79 before cheat and after cheat was 99 so yes, I did use it. I also used the cheat on test 2 because people are finding that it seems we should cheat. There is code in the flash file looking to see if we cheat so I will be cheating the whole time.

Dennis said...

Here's my first set of questions:

Which sea lies at one end of the Great Wall of China? The Yellow Sea
What famous artist worked in a loft called "The Factory"? Andy Warhol
In medical terms, what does the suffex "-genic" mean? Genetic
Who wrote "A Pilgrim's Progress"? John Bunyan
Where are carpal bones found? Wrist
What is a Herkimer diamond? Quartz Crystal
Which of these medical terms means "to leak outside of a blood vessel"? Extravasate
Where in England was the Magna Carta signed in 1215? A Field Near Runnymede
What form of writing uses mostly dialog? Play

Matthew Haywood said...

This is probably a bit naughty, but I'm waiting for all correct answers before I attempt this :P
I dont want to mess up.

I'll be using the cheat also

Matthew Haywood said...

thanks dennis, are there different questions each time? and are they in a different order each time?

also are you timed?

(I havnt taken the test yet so I'd like to know all about it rather than be surprised when I do)

Lisa said...

unfortunately, the questions change each time you take the test so unless you write down every question someone has and then look up all the answers, it won't help waiting to take the test.

Lisa said...

Oh and it is timed so you can't look up the answers.

eris said...

I was placed in Polyphemus and I used the cheat for the last question. I think I'll be scrubbing toilets for the DI because I don't feel like I did that well on the test.

The questions I believe I answered correctly on were the ones that had to do with the Arts. Perhaps the groups are determined in that manner. Some were science, some were geography, and some were arts related.

Matthew Haywood said...

if someone who has taken the test could take it a few more times and write down all of the questions that would be great :)

MadAriad said...

Ok I took the test before I came here - I didn't use the cheat, even though I made note of the clue. I'm in Polyphemus.
So much for the moons theory? I can't find anything about any moons being called Polyphemus.
I can't remember all my questions, but I also had the carpal bones one.
There was one asking about Irish geography, one about impressionist art, and that's all I can think of right now.

eris said...

Also, if the cheat or the clue is "I C", "I See", or "Eye See" and the groups are all cyclops... well not so good for Polyphemus considering Odysseus and his men shove a hot stake into his eye and blind him. YIKES! After which they completely hoodwink him by hiding under sheep and escaping. So perhaps our group "doesn't see"!

Matthew Haywood said...

the reason for me wanting to 100% this test is just to se the difference it makes in the long run, I got 100% on the first test with the cheat, and I plan to cheat on all tests and complete them to the highest score possible.

Lisa said...

Matthew, someone on Dark Ufo is compiling all the test questions and so far he has over 60 of them so you might be waiting a while for all of them.

Anonymous said...

The real question is does cheating work for or against you as far as the DI is concerned? I guess it also depends on what you want to wind up doing for them.

Cheaters may become DI cops or forensic experts. After all, since they are good at figuring out how to cheat, they are probably good at identifying potential cheaters (or other types of miscreants) ;-).

maven said...

Happy Birthday, Chucklez3! Hope things are going good for you!

Well, I took the test and I'm now a Steropes (which is another Cyclops). I'm sure I did terrible on it...didn't know most of the answers. I didn't write them down as I did them, but here are the ones I vaguely remember:
The meaning of the name Iwo Jima.
Father of Heracles
Largest island in the Baltic Sea.
Something about a past perfect verb.
What sense is olafactory?
I got The Factory artist question.

That's all I remembered. Question 10 was: The answer is A. A, B. B, C. C, D. D.

I personally don't care what score I got! I know there are a lot of cheats out there, I just don't want to invest the time or energy any more. I thought I would never say that! LOL

I'm more interested in why the cheats? And what's the meaning of Cyclops groups?

Codysmom said...

me too, matthew haywood. I have two accounts. One I'm totally cheating on and the other I'm not. I have to say, it is more fun not to cheat because I can keep taking test one and trying to better my score. There's no point to trying to better my 100% on my cheater's acct.

Some questions from test 2 (but I haven't looked up the answers yet):

-what organ does a deer NOT have:
a) pancreas
b) liver
c) small intestine
d) gall bladder

-which is a noun used as an adjective in this, "bean soup and bread"
a) bean
b) soup
c) and
d) bread

-in which country is Stonehenge
a) England
b) Greece
c) Ireland
d) Egypt

-how tall a piece of marble to create the sculpture David?
a) 3 ft
b) 12 ft
c) 23 ft
d) 17 ft

-an insect has how many legs?
I didn't put down all choices, but I know there's a 6 and 4 in there

-a peanut is actually a
a) legume
b) nut
c) almond
d) fruit

-in medical terms the suffix genic means
a) order
b) genetic
c) producing
d) falling

-Ernest Hemingway's book about abortion
a) Men without Women
b) Hills like White Elephants
c) Everything he wrote
d) The big two-hearted River

-what pattern does Haiku have
a) 5-7-5
I didn't write the others down as I know this is right

-which leader assoc with a cultural revolution
a) Joseph Stalin
b) Mao Ze Dong
c) Adolph Hitler
d) Zhou Eng Lai


Sorry for any misspellings.. I was writing fast...

Codysmom said...

sorry for the long post... I'll just go look at darkufo, then. Thanks, lisa! You said...
"so far he has over 60 of them so you might be waiting a while for all of them."

patience is bitter? lol

lol, "Cheaters may become DI cops or forensic experts"

maven said...
I'm more interested in why the cheats? And what's the meaning of Cyclops groups?

I think so too. My non-cheating account got into Brontes. I'll have to look that up. Still waiting for the cheater acct. to take the test.... lol

Happy Birthday, Chucklez3!

scoutpost said...

Checking in, but don't have a lot of time. Took the test, figured the cheat, although I was hitting "i" with all the questions, then it became clear on Question 10. Anyway, skimmed the comments, I'll try to remember and post my questions later. I'm in polyphemus now too. What is the meaning of all these tests with built in cheats?

Codysmom said...

Maybe only our first score on test one is the only one that counted, too?

maven said...

Here's another one I just remembered:
Where the first human heart transplant took place: Cape Town, So. Africa

Answers to:
The meaning of Iwo Jima: Sulfur Island (I actually knew this since my Dad fought on that island in WW2 and remarked about the sulfur smell!)

The father of Heracles: Zeus

Largest island in the Baltic Sea: Gotland

Olafactory: Smell

Matthew Haywood said...

Codysmom: please dont say that haha, I got something terrible like 40% :P

Anonymous said...

I looked at Dark's site and a lot of the questions that I got on my test aren't listed on their page. It will be interesting to see how many different questions there are.

Codysmom said...

I looked over at dark's, too. So many questions. I don't think I'll ever be able to know everything... hopefully the cheat will be enough to put me in the cheat catagory for my first acct., because I don't think I could ever get all the questions right. Maybe there's another cheat.... I'll be patient.. lol

matthew H, I got a terrible score first time, too! probably worse than yours... lol

Alec said...

Phew. Made it, that was a tough one. I'm in Steropes group.

Dennis said...

Lisa said... unfortunately, the questions change each time you take the test so unless you write down every question someone has and then look up all the answers, it won't help waiting to take the test.

That's what I'm trying to do :)

It requires a group effort however - I can't do it all myself. If everyone pitches in and takes the test - log out if you don't want it to count - and types up their 9 questions, then maybe we can get a list of all the correct answers.

That's great DarkUFO is already doing it too. Does someone have a link to their questions?

Codysmom said...

dennis, link at dark's:

http://lostoctagonglobalrecruiting.blogspot.com/2008/08/test-2-question-and-answer-compilation.html#comment-form

Codysmom said...

then click

View Latest list of Questions and Answers

Codysmom said...

dennis, now it's

http://docs.google.com/View?docid=dhs57rvn_40cdhst8st

Anonymous said...

There are so many Qs and As that they decided to make it a Google doc:

http://docs.google.com/View?docid=dhs57rvn_40cdhst8st

It's a work in progress as Q and As come in.

Codysmom said...

There's no way I'll be able to look up all those answers with a timed test... akkkkkkkkk!

There must be another cheat or else maybe the answers don't matter except for the last one?

Codysmom said...

Oh, yeah... I forgot. What am I worried about? I didn't want to be a volunteer outdoor-working, physical-laboring, time-displaced member of the new DI anyway! LOL

I'm having more fun with Black Swan anyway... check it out. Our numbers are growing and there's a new, funny jib-jab dance with Ben, Dan Bronson, and Richard Alpert.

http://www.myspace.com/blackswanwantsyou

Lisa said...

I'm glad you posted that Codysmom, no way I was going to look them up and post them. they are up to 97 questions and the list is growing on and on. Good luck Matthew

Fenris said...

Great. I clicked to play, but no questions are showing up. Sat there loading for a while and then nothing.

After not being able to even access the site for the first test until a good few days later I am on the virge of giving up on this one.

Dennis said...

codysmon,

hopefully once all the answers are complied, you should be able to study the correct answers, and take the test quickly without having to look them up. YMMV.

Fenris said...

Okay refreshed it (which I guess will give me a stored score of zero, great), got the first question, clicked the answer and.............nothing.

Hmmf.

Fenris said...

*sigh* Furtherst I can get is Q2 before it jams and stops working. I give up.

Dennis said...

Fenris... I'm taking the test right now, and it's working fine for me (in IE 7)

Lost 2010 said...

Brontes - and I took it twice because I thought maybe I missed seeing my score the first time. The test was radically different.

Did you notice it's the

B.S. Knowledge Analysis.

Go Black Swans! :D

Or I guess they could mean the othe B.S.

maven said...

I'm surprised how smooth the site worked for me this morning. I'm on Firefox. Sorry to hear about your problems, Fenris!

Lost 2010 said...

Oh, I used the cheat. if that matters. Are the Brontes a bunch of cheaters or something?

Anonymous said...

Hello every1, IM BACK!!!Yes, its true, knowing nothing would happen till wed here in europe I kinda got a bit disconnected. But no more!hehehe
Glad to see the BSWY myspace page is up (Im making u my friend ;P)
Took test two after he cheat was discovered, googled about two questions, thought it was ok. My main account got assigned to polyphemus, and my BSWY to Brontes.
Mmmm, what else...
well Polyphemus is ALSO THE NAME OF A MOTH!!!


ANM

Anonymous said...

Hello every1, IM BACK!!!Yes, its true, knowing nothing would happen till wed here in europe I kinda got a bit disconnected. But no more!hehehe
Glad to see the BSWY myspace page is up (Im making u my friend ;P)
Took test two after he cheat was discovered, googled about two questions, thought it was ok. My main account got assigned to polyphemus, and my BSWY to Brontes.
Mmmm, what else...
well Polyphemus is ALSO THE NAME OF A MOTH!!!


ANM

Anonymous said...

Hello every1, IM BACK!!!Yes, its true, knowing nothing would happen till wed here in europe I kinda got a bit disconnected. But no more!hehehe
Glad to see the BSWY myspace page is up (Im making u my friend ;P)
Took test two after he cheat was discovered, googled about two questions, thought it was ok. My main account got assigned to polyphemus, and my BSWY to Brontes.
Mmmm, what else...
well Polyphemus is ALSO THE NAME OF A MOTH!!!


ANM

Anonymous said...

Hello every1, IM BACK!!!Yes, its true, knowing nothing would happen till wed here in europe I kinda got a bit disconnected. But no more!hehehe
Glad to see the BSWY myspace page is up (Im making u my friend ;P)
Took test two after he cheat was discovered, googled about two questions, thought it was ok. My main account got assigned to polyphemus, and my BSWY to Brontes.
Mmmm, what else...
well Polyphemus is ALSO THE NAME OF A MOTH!!!


ANM

Anonymous said...

Hello every1, IM BACK!!!Yes, its true, knowing nothing would happen till wed here in europe I kinda got a bit disconnected. But no more!hehehe
Glad to see the BSWY myspace page is up (Im making u my friend ;P)
Took test two after he cheat was discovered, googled about two questions, thought it was ok. My main account got assigned to polyphemus, and my BSWY to Brontes.
Mmmm, what else...
well Polyphemus is ALSO THE NAME OF A MOTH!!!


ANM

Anonymous said...

oops, sorry bout that!


ANM

Lost 2010 said...

You think maybe the people that use the cheat "I C(see)" are divided between the Brontes and the Steropes - two of the cyclops that can see.

And the ones who don't cheat Don't "I C" are put in the cyclops that's blinded - Polyphemus.

Yeah, I'm not thinking there was that much thought behind it either. . .

Capcom said...

Who do we think is letting us cheat, RuckusGuy? Or the DI, to blindtest/trick/judge us?

Anonymous said...

@lost2010 actually I cheated on both accounts and got "C" but on the first I went from ganymedes to polyphemus and on the second from pandora to brontes...so I doubt it!Maybe only the way we answered one particular question + the cheat at the end matters (For example, its not a theory or anything)



ANM

maven said...

I did not use the cheat and I'm Steropes.

Anonymous said...

@codysmom please add me as a friend at BSWY!!!;P


ANM

Codysmom said...

Welcome back, ANM!!!!!!!!!!
We missed you!!!
Ok, I'm going to......

EmeraldIsLost said...

on my first account i didn't cheat first time and got put in Brontes. On my 2nd account i did cheat and still got Brontes! Grr!!

+ codysmom said:
'Maybe only our first score on test one is the only one that counted, too?'

this is what i've thought since i set up my 2nd account; as the group doesn't change after the first time you take the test no matter what you do.

Anonymous said...

Burkina Faso = Upper Volta

Churchill's 'American Carnot' = George Marshall

Anonymous said...

In Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights', Heathcliffe was in love with Catherine Earnshaw.

Louisa May Alcott wrote the book 'Little Women'.

Codysmom said...

emeraldislost, yes, I'm afraid that is true about only the first test score counts on all these... maybe that's where the patience thing comes in. We should wait until "others" have found all we need to know.

Codysmom said...

I should have said, afraid it may be true

more coffee......

Anonymous said...

In 'Pinocchio', the boys were turned into donkeys.

Male seahorses brood their young.

An arctic tern is a bird.

I have to get on wikipedia to figure out the other name for the Western Antillies and what 'past perfect' and 'present perfect' are.

Anonymous said...

@codysmom thanx
Ok all you BS, Im officially Nanaluvren at Myspace.
ANM= Nanaluvren...ok?
Feels like I just changed coka cola's name or somethin'!!!


ANM....nanaluvren

Sayid'sgirl said...

codysmom
I'm still laughing over the jib jab dance. I had to watch it more than once. Great job.

MadAriad said...

Cool myspace page! I don't use myspace much, but I added black swan as a friend!

Codysmom said...

thanks, sayid'sgirl!!

I think Black Swan is more fun than this ARG....

Felicity said...

It does clearly say in the instructions that only your first attempt will count.

Codysmom said...

madariad, great! I'll go look....

MadAriad said...

And now I'm off to re-watch some old episodes.........

I'm up to the middle of the second season - trying to watch all of them before season 5 starts.

Zort70 said...

My questions and answers are :

Where was the world's first human heart transplant performed in 1967 ?

C - Cape Town, South Africa

Which of these is a kingdom in the classification of living things ?

C - Fungi

How many days do ants live on average ?

A - 60 days

How often do you take medicine labeled Q.I.D ?

B - 4 times a day

What types of art emerged at the exhibition titled "The Young Contemporaries" in 1961 ?

D - Pop Art

In what country is Stonehenge located ?

C - England

What is the syballic pattern of the haiku ?

A - 5,7,5

A dependent clause can never be what ?

D - A sentence

What leader said "The great art of governing consists in not letting men grow old in their jobs" ?

A - Napoleon

Zort70 said...

The QID one was new to me, it must be a US thing as I've not come across it in the UK and I work with people in the healthcare industry.

maven said...

At this point, I think that the groups we're "placed" in are totally random. Nothing seems to make much sense. And I don't think it's so important to do well on the tests...for whatever is coming at DWY, everyone will be able to be involved no matter how well they scored or what group they're in.

takes a village said...

Codysmom,
Please add me as a Black Swan friend.
The pond is getting crowded already.

Codysmom said...

takes a village, how about you friend Black Swan (www.myspace.com/blackswanwantsyou)? I don't know where you are on myspace...and yes, the pond is getting crowded!!

Stephan said...

I feel like the cheat we currently know about can't be the only cheat. Time seems to be a strong theme, and maybe there is some way to make it seem like you never took the test at all or even go back to previous questions or something. Maybe I'm just giving Hoodlum too much credit...

Codysmom said...

How about this? You go as fast as you can thru the questions (maybe they don't count) and you use the cheat on the last one. Would this be what the DI is looking for? After all, the whole DDWY site is only interesting because of the cheats (and the fact that they want to recruit as many people as possible).

scoutpost said...

codysmom said...emeraldislost, yes, I'm afraid that is true about only the first test score counts on all these... maybe that's where the patience thing comes in. We should wait until "others" have found all we need to know.

Maybe that IS it- what was it that the email said? "patience is bitter" and the rest of the saying says something like the fruit is good- or something like that. I guess the point is to not take the tests the second they come out, but wait until someone finds a cheat, find out the answers and then take the test and do well. Maybe the "best" recruits will be the ones who wait,use all the knowledge from other players and then take the tests. Of course, who's gonna volunteer to be the guinea pigs if we all wait? Better start spying on other blogs. ;)

scoutpost said...

Man I looked at Dark's list. I don't think I did too well...lol. Why couldn't I have gotten some of those other questions, there were a bunch I know, but they weren't the ones I got! bummer

scoutpost said...

Hellloooo! (echo) Guess everybody's out right now.

Codysmom said...

I'm here, scoutpost! I even wonder if we should be REALLY patient...

Did you ever do one of those tests to see how well you follow directions? The last question states: Don't answer any of the questions... this was just a test to see if you read all the directions before you start... or something like that:)

Sayid'sgirl said...

I was looking at Dark's list of questions and he had this one. What word means to think about something and then do it on purpose He only had A.B.C.D. as an answer. Does that mean he doesn't have the answers or that was his choices for an anwer?
Because I had that question and mine had answers. I just can't remember what they were.

Dennis said...

They must be editing the list, because when I looked at it, the answer was "premeditated"

Olerica said...

I took the test with my two accounts:
On one I used the cheat: Brontes
On the other I didn't: Steropes - I knew what the right answer was (i-C:C) so I used that.

Don't know what (if anything) it means.

Dennis said...

As soon as the list is finalized, I'll put it up on the front page.

I wish they would take out all the wrong answers, and just leave the correct ones. It makes it easier to study...

Sayid'sgirl said...

Thanks dennis
Next week I'll come here to find out what the cheat is before I go take my test. lol I never thought I'd say that. :)

Codysmom said...

lol, I know what you mean, sayid'sgirl. Up until now, I've always tried to be honest:)

Stephan said...

I am having a problem with my non-cheating account. It tells me that I've completed the test, but when I check my progress, it says that the test is incomplete...

takes a village said...

From now on,we won't press start until we are finished.

Dennis said...

OK, what do you guys think about this question:

Which of these is an example of personification?

A. Painful Echoes
B. Weary Street Echoes with pain
C. The weary street
D. Echoes pain

I think it is C (the street is weary), DarkUFO has B as the answer. Anyone an English major?

Codysmom said...

I was an English major, but that was over 30 years ago:) I think it's B

Stephan said...

I think it's B. "The Weary Street Echos with Pain" is a street that is weary and has pain that is echoing.

Maybe that makes sense

Sayid'sgirl said...

dennis
I'm not an English major, I'm not even good at English. But I agree with you I think it's C. A street can't be weary. And to me B, seems more descriptive.

Sayid'sgirl said...

Does it say Weary Street or The Weary Street? Because the word The would make a difference.

Thrasher76 said...

I am in the Steropes group this time, I am pretty good with wht I call useless knowledge. But who knows it could all be very arbitrary. Has anyone found anything in the code of the site that would distinguish what group you are in? Should be in there somewhere. I know Rexhector is trying to hack into it. Go Team Lena!!

Thrasher76 said...

Denis, how about Echoes Pain as in Mr. Eko???

Dennis said...

Eko's Pain? :)

It doesn't say The Weary Street ...it's just Weary Street, which could be the name, and I don't think "echos with pain" is personification...

Thrasher76 said...

Personification is when you give an inanimate object human characteristics or an abstract idea...hmmm So B or C seems correct, bu tI like the idea of Mr. Eko too...

Thrasher76 said...

I too would like to be a friend of this Black Swan

Hook me up...Thrasher76 on myspace!

Thanks!

Thrasher76 said...

From Wiki - all hail Wiki

Sterope (Greek: Στερόπη , στεροπή steropê lightning) was the name of several individuals in Greek mythology:

* Sterope, daughter of Pleuron and Xanthippe
* Sterope, daughter of Porthaon and Euryte, sometimes said to be the mother of the Sirens by Achelous
* Sterope (or Asterope), one of the Pleiades and the wife of Oenomaus (or his mother by Ares); see also Asterope (star)
* Sterope, daughter of Cepheus, the king of Tegea, who received a lock of Medusa's hair from Heracles to protect her hometown, Tegea from attack, thus winning Heracles' friendship for her father
* Sterope, daughter of Acastus and either Astydameia or Hippolyte
* Sterope, one of the horses of Helios
* Sterope, one of the Maenads
* Steropes, one of the Cyclopes

inatrancer said...

damn. didnt wait... just ploughed straight into it answered them as fast as i could. judging by the answers coming in i reckon i got about 60% correct...makes me a cyclops, either that or my name is ann emily or charlotte...:@)

Thrasher76 said...

What are all the groups this time around? Forgive me if it has been said, I searched and did not see it.

inatrancer said...

well im in brontes!

inatrancer said...

dont know if this has already been said but i ripprd this from wiki..

In the Theogony, the Cyclopes – Arges,[3] Brontes, and Steropes – were the primordial sons of Uranus (Sky) and Gaia (Earth) and brothers of the Hecatonchires. They were giants with a single eye in the middle of their forehead and a foul disposition. According to Hesiod, they were strong, stubborn, and "abrupt of emotion". Collectively they eventually became synonyms for brute strength and power, and their name was invoked in connection with massive masonry. They were often pictured at their forge.

Thrasher76 said...

Massive Masonry - Free Masonry connection...doubtful...

Good find Intrancer...

maven said...

Hey, Thrasher...finally another Steropes!

Ange said...

Hey Thrasher, I just added that info to the main post! I'm going to put up a poll too to track Lost ARGs group tallies, but the blog flux server is down right now.

I'm a Steropes and I didn't use the cheat.

Thrasher76 said...

Do you know how long it has been since I have been mentioned on the main post? Or even contributed something other than "hello?" Thanks!!

Steropes Unite!! If we are indeed cyclopes I want us to shoot frickin lazer beams from our eyes!! LOL

inatrancer said...

hmm massive masonry? i wonder if cyclops had 4 toes????????

Thrasher76 said...

Oh, I love that idea!! Could be that our cyclops lived on the island or were worshiped by the inhabitants. My brians are really working today!

Old TLEC'ers will enjoy the "brians" referrence from IRC chat!

Codysmom said...

Personification is direct and explicit in the ascription of life and sentience to the thing in question, whereas the pathetic fallacy is much broader and more allusive.


I think weary street is an example of pathetic fallacy

Oh, wait! Pathetic fallacy describes my second login acct. at DDWY!!!!

Codysmom said...

Cyclopean vision, the ability to see with two eyes information that is hidden from each eye alone.

like the magic eye books?

Dennis said...

OK, it looks like the questions have topped out at 140.

I have reformatted, sorted, and posted them on the front page, for your studying pleasure.

Please to enjoy!

Codysmom said...

Thanks, dennis!

Two things I noticed on DWY that I didn't notice before

you can't zoom anymore

in your progress, you can highlight the number of Dharma points you have, but you can't paste in a new number (I tried it). The only thing you can do is select all or copy.

Codysmom said...

thrasher76, you don't make it easy to be your friend on myspace... you better friend Black Swan instead:

www.myspace.com/blackswanwantsyou

maven said...

Hey, gang, what if the four-toed statute was a Cyclops! LOL

Patch said...

I'm in Brontes and I didn't cheat. :)

inatrancer said...
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inatrancer said...

sorry maven 10 postss up;)

Anonymous said...

Wow, you guys are amazing....about waiting, well since I am in Europe the tests come out while Im still off in dream land so when I log in (for example today) I get info on them quite quickly. I read about the cheat and thought about waiting for the questions to be answered before taking the test but honestly that didnt feel as much fun...ok, I was sick of waiting, I admit it!
Anyways, Im still on the fence about the groups and their significance...only thing I found interesting is that polyphemes is the name of a kind of MOTH. mmmmm
Spent the afternoon "dusting" my myspace page. Haven't gone there in over two years!!!Lots of updating to do!
BTW, thanks again Dennis for all the hard work. Welcome all new BSns.


ANM

dan said...

cyclops have one eye. one "i". the cheat for the test.

inatrancer said...

brontes no cheat.

maven said...

inatrancer: Sorry about that!

R said...

I have been placed in Steropes...any others in this group?

Codysmom said...

dan said...
cyclops have one eye. one "i". the cheat for the test.

That's brilliant!!!!

I have only let my extra acct. take the test so far..... brontes/no cheat

ANM, lol "dusting" your myspace

scoutpost said...

You know this ARG would be a lot more fun if I knew I didn't have to wait a whole other week for another test. I'm ready for a new one already.

Matthew Haywood said...

I havnt taken the test yet, now all the answers are there I'll have to do some revision tomorrow before I do it :P

Sayid'sgirl said...

intrancer you beat me to it too.

....and their name was invoked in connection with massive masonry. They were often pictured at their forge.

I was going to say making 4 toed statues. :)

Sayid'sgirl said...

Oh shoot I was going to say I'm in Poloyphemus, no cheat.

Sayid'sgirl said...

thrasher76
So far I only see three groups on here.
Poloyphemus
Brontes
Steropes

Sayid'sgirl said...
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Sayid'sgirl said...

Made a typo it should be Polyphemus.

takes a village said...

Fantastic work on compiling the list of Q&A's, you brave souls.
No wonder it took two weeks to get this ARG started.The surviving savants were in a back room,making up these tests, and typing as fast as humanly possible.

Ange said...

OKAY! I the blogflux server is finally back and I added a poll to the post. Go vote...tell us which group you are in after Test 2.

DO IT...do it now! Please :D

Sayid'sgirl said...

I found this searching Polyphemus.
Polyphemus, the son of Poseidon and Thoosa.... he's another cyclops.

Polyphemus is best remembered for the role he took in Homer's epic poem the Odyssey when he captures the Greek hero Odysseus...

You can read the story.
here

takes a village said...

Ange;
Polyphemus-no cheat Test 2
Here's looking at you,kid.

Patch said...

Voted Ange. :)

Codysmom said...

did it, ange

re:
Who is the speaker of the dialogue "Go now", Mary said? A. Mary B. An Actor C. Woman D. An Unknown Person

It's A. Mary

Mary is the one talking; the "speaker of the dialogue

Codysmom said...

Polyphemus seems to be unique in it's smaller numbers. takes a village, how do you think you did on the test (and did you finish quickly or not)?

takes a village said...

CodysmomI think I went too fast,because I rushed the last one instead of thinking about(i).I got about half right in hindsight.I took it a number of times after that to see how many questions I could answer.Of course only the first one counted.

maven said...

I just got an email from Hans telling me Test 2 is now available. He stresses that we should continue to accrue Dharma points as they will be part of our assessment,

Ange said...

I just got an e-mail from Hans telling me to go take Test 2. LOL a little too late Mr. Van Eeghen!

It is very specific about the test guidelines though, and I don't see anything in the source code that jumps out. Maybe this line: name="Alert" content="The Dharma Initiative - Guiding the World to a Bitter Tomorrow - BS"

I can't remember if that has been in the other source codes?

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CattyGirl said...

So... I took Test 2 blindly and I couldn't answer these questions. So I semi-cheated. I googled in another window for the correct answers, but didn't use the 'i' cheat at the end.
I'm in Sterope.

Codysmom said...

That's new I think, ange. I didn't get the new e-mail yet. Hans is definitely screwed up in time... lol

That's funny with the "Bitter" tomorrow (using the "i" (cheat letter) and BS (I was thinking Broad Spectrum Knowledge Analysis = BS test).

Ange said...

The main post is updated with a link to the mail and the source image.

And with that I am off to bed...the first day of school makes teachers everywhere fall into a coma by 11:00 pm.

Goodnight gang!

Capcom said...

Good luck on the new school year, Ange! :-O

Codysmom said...

ange, good luck with the new school year (and hope you've got some great kids)!

night!

maven said...

Hope you have a great class this year, Ange! Thanks for doing your homework here!

Codysmom said...

I just got the e-mail from Hans. Does anyone else think this sentence is weird?

I trust you will find these new tasks sufficiently challenging and will embrace the opportunity to grow the Dharma Initiative.

We're growing the Dharma Initiative? like a plant?

eris said...

Hi everyone - I must admit that when I first read the message in the source code I thought "Black Swans" when I saw BS!

scoutpost said...

I hate Hans Van Eeghen. He still doesn't send me emails. Last time I didn't receive one, I took all the blocks off my junk mail so that I wouldn't miss anything. Still nothin'.

I did the same thing you did Takes A Village. I kind of rushed through the questions. I think I was conditioned by the first test to try to finish it ASAP. I'm in Polyphemus, too.

for_i_quit_soon said...

i thought the message was black swan too.. XD
y'know..since..the message was "negative" and its "BS"..haha..

but..now i'm leaning to codysmom's post there..hmm..

Anonymous said...

scoutpost, are you signed in for emails on your profile on DWY?

Sayid'sgirl said...

Good Morning All
It does seem funny that Hans' emails always show up a day after the fact. I guess he's stuck in time. March has 32 days for him and it seem August does too.

Thrasher76 said...

Thanks Codysmom, I have not been on myspace in forever. I sent the request.

Sayid'sgirl said...

He guys this is kind of old news but since Black Swan is being talked about again I thought I post this thought.
I've been keeping notes on the game for reference points and somehow deleted them and can't find them. Anyway I've been going back over the old post and Maven said this
...This is all I took away from the Black Swan Theory:

In Nassim Nicholas Taleb's definition, a black swan is a large-impact, hard-to-predict, and rare event beyond the realm of normal expectations. Taleb regards many scientific discoveries as black swans—"undirected" and unpredicted. He gives the rise of the Internet, the personal computer, the first world war, as well as the September 11, 2001 attacks as examples of Black Swan events.


And codysmom said this
...Last night I put in a link to:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counterfactual_history

which I found while reading about the Black Swan Theory. Counterfactual history "seeks to explore history and historical incidents by means of extrapolating a timeline in which certain key historical events did not happen or had an outcome which was different from that which did in fact occur." I'm wondering if this is what the DI wants to do; to find a key historical event and change it by using their time-travel abilities?

So I am agreeing with these two ladies.
I think the large impact hard to predict and rare event beyond the realm of normal expctation is Time Travel.
And that Chang wants to use this to change the history of the purge.
Still not sure what involement we recruits will have in this yet though.

EmeraldIsLost said...

i don't get what this new source code sentence is a about?? anyone else understand the importance of this that could explain it to me? i don't get how its supposed to be alluding to the cheat, either, but there we go.

someone said something about the 4 toed statue being a cyclops; i read yesterday, think it was at dark, that this has already been theorised before, as cyclops are sometimes said to have 4 toes on one foot and 3 toes on the other. so i think that maybe its likely; a good guess.

Anonymous said...

Wow....guys did one of us do the whole "DI guiding us to a BItter tomorrow-BI"!!!!!That would be awesome!


ANM

EmeraldIsLost said...

ahh never mind i get the source code message now; just being slow haha. what a stupid message, can't they give us something more important; that leads somewhere?! getting seriously bored of the lack of stuff going on...

EmeraldIsLost said...

oh and btw; how desperate do the DI sound from that email to get more recruits?!!?

Anonymous said...

BS...sorry...or perhaps whomever wrote the e-mail has heard of our little ensemble and took the opportunity to address us....yeah right!


ANM

EmeraldIsLost said...

would be funny ANM, hehehehe. don't think its the case though, somehow. could be more than we think, though; thats the second time 'Ruckusguy' has used 'BS' in his communications with us. and the second time for 'Bitter.' More of a message in there somewhere??

Anonymous said...

Could be...at this point things dont seem to connect in any way so its hard to tell wheteher we should keep looking for clues or take these messages at face value...well Im off to lunch, be back in a breeze!


ANM

Capcom said...

Heheh, yeah Codysmom, the way the word "grow" is used is awkward. That terminology has been used in business since the dot-com era, as in "grow your business". I've always hated it. :-p

I really like your Counterfactual History thoughts, Sayidsgirl. It does sound right on target to Chang's vid.

Melissa_Lossa said...

Okay, did this happen to anyone else? I wanted to preview the test before I took it, so I took Test 2 without signing in. When I was done, I signed in, and clicked on My Progress - and I had a score registered for Test 2! It said the test was completed and I was in Brontes. How is that possible? Or fair? :)

Anonymous said...

@melissa_lossa Im afraid when it comes to D(D)WY and Hoodlum, possible and fair kind of lose their meaning



ANM

Melissa_Lossa said...

ha - so true!

Sayid'sgirl said...

melissa_lossa
Sorry you had that happen to you. I took the test without logging in because I was in a rush to do it and forgot. I figured my test wouldn't count and was kind of upset because I figured the next test would probably be harder. So I checked my progress and it counted.
Which means if the first try on the first test counted too I got a terrible score before the cheat. And I didn't cheat on this one because I didn't know it had another cheat in it. Didn't stop to think about it.

Melissa_Lossa said...

I did the same thing - I just kind of breezed through the first time, without paying much attention to what I was doing. Guess I learned my lesson!

Codysmom said...

Anonymous said...
Wow....guys did one of us do the whole "DI guiding us to a BItter tomorrow-BI"!!!!!That would be awesome!

Wouldn't it, though? Whoever is putting these things in the source codes should get hold of Black Swan group. They would certainly fit right in:) In fact, that's why I made the myspace.... a place they could contact us.

capcom, thanks for the info on the use of the word "grow" in the business world

thrasher76, you're in!

EmeraldIsLost said...
oh and btw; how desperate do the DI sound from that email to get more recruits?!!?

No kidding! Maybe we're SUPPOSED to get mad at the new DI recruitment... I know I am... Why would they need so many people? If it was Mittlewerk, he'd say so they can weed out 30% to kill them for their virus!

Someone from darkufo comments said maybe BS = Bad Science

Codysmom said...

Getting back to that Counterfactual history thing that I found while researching "Black Swan", it is all hypothetical research since nobody can actually go back in time and change things in reality.

BUT if you had the ability to time travel, you could do it for real. That's why I thought it might tie in with all this. It could also be a reason for the new DI needing so many people. They may need us to be the ones to "change history" (and thus change the factors of the valenzetti equation), but whoops... that try didn't work... we'll just leave them back in time and go get more people to give it another shot. They would love a huge number of people to be able to try over and over again.

Anonymous said...

To think we must wait a whole week for another 30 sec test...ugh...well, I think I'll hop out to the movies. Anything's better than all the Non-updatedness...



ANM

Codysmom said...

Good idea ANM! Don't forget to stop by Black Swan myspace. I put in a new blog for complaining:)

I just took the test on my primary DDWY acct. I think I got them all correct, it took 32 sec. and I used the "i" cheat, I'm in steropes.

I'll be gone over the long Labor Day weekend, but try to check in if I can..

Happy Labor Day weekend, everybody!

Sayid'sgirl said...

codysmom
Have a nice Labor Day weekend.

maven said...

Yes, everyone enjoy your Labor Day Weekend. I'm sure you won't have to worry about missing anything at DWY!

With all the cheating tips at DWY, it makes me wonder if the DI is made up of cheaters, too! And what would that say about their management? LOL

Zort70 said...

I've tried the test three times, with three different users:

Once without knowing anything about it.

Once with just answering questions as they came and using the cheat.

Once looking up all the answers before answering, not using the cheat but selecting the correct answer in the final question.

In all three cases I am in the Brontes group !

Mary Anne said...

LOL Zort!

We're probably just categorized by our birthdates or alphabetically or something ridiculous like that.

Everyone in the US have a fun and SAFE weekend.

BarbaraJay said...

DDWY won't let me log in. I'm ready to take the test now. If I wait, I'll forget all of the answers.

I've avoided having a myspace account for a long time now. I'm going to set one up so I can participate in the Black Swan Initiative.

arrrrgh.

takes a village said...

Have a great Holiday weekend Codysmom, & everyone else.
Codysmom,your Black Swan my space page is looking great.
I think by now Hans must be walking around with a piece of paper stuck on his back, that says HACK ME.

torifan237 said...

You know, there is a little statistical thought which will be interesting to play out over the course of this.

We were all grouped together after the first test. Then split 50/50 after the second. And then split into (roughly) additional thirds (giving 6 groups) with the third.

If you carry this out and just do a simple linear distribution on a population of 2000 people, by the time we get through 10 tests, the "groups" would only have four people each.

THAT could be kind of interesting.

The way we may know if that is where the path is leading is: if after the next test, there are four possible sub-groups and we are all evenly distributed within them. Then we could surmise that the process may continue that way through the remainder of the tests.

Ugh...can you tell I'm bored?!!?

inatrancer said...

torifan
you may be bored but you have a very good point the math stands up no matter how many people start (within reason)
very interesting!!!

Anonymous said...

Test links aint workin?!!!Could something be happening?


ANM

Lisa said...

I just tried it and it worked for me. I would say, clean out your cookies or something.

Lisa said...
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2costa said...

is it normal to have completed both test yet have 0 dharma points???

Lisa said...

yeah that's normal 2costa. you have to take test 1 then click on the button that says recruit a friend (or something like that) then the friend has to take the first test and then sign up to get a profile for you to get 10 points. It's 10 points per friend that you get to sign up and take the tests

Zort70 said...

Morning all, it is getting quiet again after the test.

Anonymous said...

zort70, HUH!!! WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY??? ;)

maven said...

This ARG sure has long lulls...nothing like TLE!

Mary Anne said...

Does Hoodlum not understand anything about momentum? It's really going to be hard to hold the attention of people for 5 months going at this pace. Hopefully they have more up their sleeve or else I'm just going to wait until December and take all the tests at once. ;O

scoutpost said...

oops! logged in with wrong blogger acct.

mary anne = scoutpost ;)

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