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Python, pasted on Apr 13:
letters1 = "fscxgmaffxdawqbjuojbfgaxzaouhkscdfy"
letters2 = "bncxapaexyufdcbjfhgvxcggeurtfdrszxb"
letters3 = "qewspdwexmjsdxacvhngnihjkxcernaxclr"
letters4 = "dcghrcxhjfkdfgycfvcjawvujysdcvwyzxi"

letters1ro = "scdfyaouhkfgaxzjuojbdawqbmaffxfscxg"
letters2ro = "rszxburtfdxcggejfhgvufdcbpaexybncxa"
letters3ro = "axclrxcernnihjkcvhngjsdxadwexmqewsp"
letters4ro = "wyzxiysdcvawvujcfvcjkdfgycxhjfdcghr"

(s1, s2,s3,s4,s1r,s2r,s3r,s4r,s1ro,s2ro,s3ro,s4ro,s1ror,s2ror,s3ror,s4ror) = ("","","","","","","","","","","","","","","","")


fib = [0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34]
for i in fib:
  s1 += letters1[i]
  s2 += letters2[i]
  s3 += letters3[i]
  s4 += letters4[i]
  s1r += letters1[34-i]
  s2r += letters2[34-i]
  s3r += letters3[34-i]
  s4r += letters4[34-i]
  s1ro += letters1ro[i]
  s2ro += letters2ro[i]
  s3ro += letters3ro[i]
  s4ro += letters4ro[i]
  s1ror += letters1ro[34-i]
  s2ror += letters2ro[34-i]
  s3ror += letters3ro[34-i]
  s4ror += letters4ro[34-i]

print "Original order, applied 0,1,1,2,... :" +s1 + "\t" + s2 + "\t" +s3+ "\t" + s4
print "Original order, applied 34,33,33,.. :" +s1r + "\t" + s2r + "\t" +s3r+ "\t" + s4r
print "Reversed order, applied 0,1,1,2,... :" +s1ro + "\t" + s2ro + "\t" +s3ro+ "\t" + s4ro
print "Reversed order, applied 34,33,33,.. :" +s1ror + "\t" + s2ror + "\t" +s3ror+ "\t" + s4ror


Output:
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Original order, applied 0,1,1,2,... :fsscxmfqgy	bnncxpxccb	qeewsdxxir	dccghcjgwi
Original order, applied 34,33,33,.. :yffdckogqf	bxxzsdrccb	rllcxncixq	ixxzyvswgd
Reversed order, applied 0,1,1,2,... :sccdfahxag	rsszxufgfa	axxclxrjsp	wyyzxycudr
Reversed order, applied 34,33,33,.. :gxxcsxaaxs	axxcnyafgr	psswemwsja	rhhgcfxduw


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Comments:
posted by fortuneman on Apr 13
would it get us anywhere if you removed R, L and W as from PORTAL TWO to POTATO?
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posted by jakeythesnake on Apr 13
The numbers from the relevant dates could somehow apply to their quadrant filename?
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