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Link to a guy doing the math on beacon-lighting

Finding Frodo
Tol Eressea

Aug 7 2010, 5:41am

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Link to a guy doing the math on beacon-lighting Can't Post

My eyes glaze over on the actual math, but the description of his thought process made me laugh! Too bad he didn't pick up the book earlier on in the process, but it still was fun to read.

Where's Frodo?

Subject User Time
Link to a guy doing the math on beacon-lighting Finding Frodo Send a private message to Finding Frodo Aug 7 2010, 5:41am
    Okay my brain Tim Send a private message to Tim Aug 7 2010, 6:56am
    I'm not bright enough to understand the maths geordie Send a private message to geordie Aug 7 2010, 9:28am
    Some things to consider SirDennisC Send a private message to SirDennisC Aug 7 2010, 5:20pm
    two of my favorite things Oiotári Send a private message to Oiotári Aug 7 2010, 7:47pm
        My favorite too FantasyFan Send a private message to FantasyFan Aug 8 2010, 3:02am
    Assumptive math versus weak book-checking Michael Martinez Send a private message to Michael Martinez Aug 8 2010, 2:54am
        Yes, Michael. I think that was the point Altaira Send a private message to Altaira Aug 8 2010, 6:20pm


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