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 [quote="Ghost Post"]assuming that better than average means more than 50% replies are: 23 humans; 31 martians. martian year has 669.59 days (martian days!) reply is always 31 martians, even if martian have a calendar made by 669 days or 670 (in fact we should assume they have a calendar with some kind of correction, like our 29th february, if they had a gregorian calendar, but maybe they neither have a pope); [/quote]
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Murray
Posted: Thu Jan 13, 2000 8:00 pm    Post subject: 1

You should check the other topics before you post an answer to a Grey Labyrinth puzzle. This has already been discussed in the thread titled "Happy Birthday," which I started and where I was, unfortunately, very wrong. Poor, stupid Murray.
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Posted: Thu Jan 13, 2000 5:46 pm    Post subject: 0

assuming that better than average means more than 50% replies are:
23 humans; 31 martians.
martian year has 669.59 days (martian days!)
reply is always 31 martians, even if martian have a calendar made by 669 days or 670 (in fact we should assume they have a calendar with some kind of correction, like our 29th february, if they had a gregorian calendar, but maybe they neither have a pope);