Clue 1


Well, the URL doesn't work as-written, so there must be something else on the card that helps...




Clue 2


It references a triangle, and there's a triangle on the card... What can you learn about it?




Solution


With the numbers given you can solve for the area of the triangle, which is 51. You can then slot 51 or area51 into the URL to proceed.




Clue 3


Not a lot of info to be had, but you can still solve for something.




Clue 4


The correct solve will give you a suspiciously-familiar result.





Clue 1


Well, the URL doesn't work as-written, so there must be something else on the card that helps...




Clue 2


It references a triangle, and there's a triangle on the card... What can you learn about it?




Solution


With the numbers given you can solve for the area of the triangle, which is 51. You can then slot 51 or area51 into the URL to proceed.




Clue 3


Not a lot of info to be had, but you can still solve for something.




Clue 4


The correct solve will give you a suspiciously-familiar result.





Clue 1


You might need a magnifying glass for this one.




Clue 2


Seems like some numbers are missing.




Solution


If you find the missing numbers and, thus, the missing letters, you get the message: Ask me about Roswell.




Clue 3


Looks like you should have an equal number of something else as you have numbers listed.




Clue 4


How long is that message?




Clue 5


Which letters in the paragraph are missing from the numeric sequence?





Clue 1


There are a few ways to get at what's hiding here, but make sure you're ready. Have you solved the rest of the card?




Clue 2


The answer is both encoded in the poem and also embedded in the narrative.




Solution


The first letter of each line spells out aurora and the poem itself is also about the aurora borealis.




Clue 3


What does it sounds like it's about?




Clue 4


Did you read it straight across... tic?





Clue 1


There are a few ways to get at what's hiding here, but make sure you're ready. Have you solved the rest of the card?




Clue 2


The answer is both encoded in the poem and also embedded in the narrative.




Solution


The first letter of each line spells out aurora and the poem itself is also about the aurora borealis.




Clue 3


What does it sounds like it's about?




Clue 4


Did you read it straight across... tic?





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