Die Cachebeschreibung ist veraltet.

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von divingbrothers     Österreich > Südösterreich > Graz

Diese Cachebeschreibung ist wahrscheinlich veraltet. Weitere Erläuterungen finden sich in den -Logeinträgen.

N 47° 00.000' E 015° 25.000' (WGS84)

 andere Koordinatensysteme
 Größe: mikro
Status: kann gesucht werden
 Versteckt am: 02. November 2008
 Gelistet seit: 01. November 2008
 Letzte Änderung: 04. November 2008
 Listing: http://opencaching.de/OC6D0D
Auch gelistet auf: geocaching.com 

4 gefunden
0 nicht gefunden
1 Hinweis
0 Beobachter
0 Ignorierer
96 Aufrufe
0 Logbilder

große Karte



Bilde aus dem Ergebnis der einzelnen Variablen (falls nötig) die iterierte Ziffernsumme.

a: 40 (36)
b: 35 (21)
c: 35 (30)
d: 18 (38)

e: 16 (40)
f: 40 (21)
g: 35 (21)
h: 25 (30)

Finde den Cache bei:

N 47 0a.bcd
E 15 2e.fgh

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Logeinträge für Weniger ist Mehr    gefunden 4x nicht gefunden 0x Hinweis 1x

Hinweis Die Cachebeschreibung ist veraltet. 08. April 2016 following hat eine Bemerkung geschrieben

Hint fehlt:

AMT - EQC - RNQ (decodieren)


gefunden 07. Februar 2013 Robert80 hat den Geocache gefunden

Dank meinem muggelfreund rene (der den zugang zu dean zahlen hatte) das raetsel geloest und die dose gleich gehoben. Hatte noch nie so genaue koords. TFTC

gefunden 16. April 2009 JulieWood_Rabat hat den Geocache gefunden

found together with the owner

gefunden 08. Dezember 2008 cezanne hat den Geocache gefunden

When this cache showed off, I had a quick look at the puzzle and decided that there exist infinitely many solutions that all make sense from the mathematical point of view. So I waited for the first hint. Then I knew immediately about what the cache is about and also came along with a conjecture about its location.

Although the basic approach how to obtain the coordinates was clear to me, I
experienced some slight troubles due to two reasons. The first one (which I would have circumvented easily if I had been the only one) was due to the fact that I used a different interpretation of a certain notion. The second one was due to the fact that in my opinion the cache hider is not using the right value for h and that the geocacher checks for the exact coordinates.

Today I visited the cache location and did not even need to switch on my GPS-r. I had the right idea right away.

Like others I think that I will never need this stuff again, but on the other hand I did not need to invest much time as I could use some universal background knowledge.

The funny thing with this cache was that at the first moment when I only read the name of the cache, I thought that this would be a very special cache leading to a beautiful place as I interpreted the motto in a completely different way (namely with respect to geocaching - i.e. in the sense quality rather than quantity).

No trade

gefunden 16. November 2008 aj-gps hat den Geocache gefunden

Finally. For me this cache was more or less a very annoying geochecker-powered guessing game. As it turned out at the end I was on the right way in the beginning but lost it at some point because I thought at that time that it would not make any sense. I tried to solve this cache in a lot more complicated ways than intended by the owner. Anyone here who needs some ...calculation software?? I'd have a few.
Anyway, today a small comment by another cacher made me reconsider this very first approach and suddenly I had some values that made sense. If I'd have continued this approach in the beginning..
As geochecker was happy as well I went to the coordinates - by bike, as usual, even though the area is not very bicycle-friendly. Found the cache within seconds; it was pretty close to the location that I had in mind when the cache was published.
Contrary to some other cachers I'm quite sure that I will never ever need this knowledge again - except, maybe, for some other cache.
All in all this cache quickly becomes an annoying guessing game if one isn't really on the right track.