We know Pickett's updated chart (8,7,?,4,1,?,?,2,?) agrees with a segment of fibonacci sequence taken mod 9 (the first row values are in bold):
The fibonacci sequence mod 9 doesnt appear to fit into 180 cell 9x20 grid using 0's or 9's.
The 2 double 4's in column 5 and the 2x 9's in row 4 and 8 are sticking out to me. Is it a trap or was it put there to assist with solving the puzzle.
The 4 double numbers in rows 1, 3 and 5 is sticking out to me. Is it a trap or was it put there to assist with solving the puzzle?
Is it likely that there are at least 2 or maybe more identical rows?
The 5 scattered 9's in the grid is a clue maybe and put there for a reason. Is it possible they are the only 9's in the entire grid?
Do we fill in the grid from top to bottom someway or do we start from the middle and work our way out?
I removed the letters on top because they are no longer required.
Edited by ragh, 01 October 2011 - 05:10 PM.