The cache is not at the listed coordinates, but is within 2 miles of them.
• This puzzle is like the Eureka series from JWCorey.
• Below is a list of sentences; each sentence contains a hidden element that is connected by a single theme. The elements will be found in single words and will not require eliminating spaces.
• Order the elements and obtain the cache coordinates. Consider that there are several different ways to order the hidden elements.
• Rearrange the sentences according to the order of the elements.
• Assign the values 0-9 to the newly ordered sentences. For example, if the final sentence order is FHLACDBGEJ then F=0, H=1, ... J=9.
A. Clearly, the stress of life at the bench had caused the post doc to become unglued; there was no telling what havoc he would wreak.
B. Carl Linnaeus is known for a meticulous characterization of plants and animals, which has formed the basis of modern scientific nomenclature.
C. The audience was enthralled by the seminar; there were audible “ahhs” when the three-dimensional reconstructions of the cell were shown.
D. Many great scientific discoveries are founded on serendipitous results.
E. The role of Rosalind Franklin in the elucidation of the double helix has been underplayed historically.
F. At the end of the term, the students wrote evaluations, which expressed their displeasure with the lecturer’s stilted style.
G. Some say that the principal investigator was a bit of a tyrant, but her publication record suggested that the tactic was getting her great results.
H. As in politics, scientists will often cast aspersion on those whose results they do not believe.
I. The children were assembling papier mâché masks, complete with googly eyes and glitter.
J. At rush hour, commuters often barge into crowds in the subway stations.
Coordinates: N 42 J/H A-H. (G*G*G) + (E * A)
W 071 I B-D.(E*E*E) - (E*F)
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