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HKR mind exerciser: Don't Panic!

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Hidden : 08/31/2015
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Geocache Description:

What do you do at the best University in town?
Exercise your brain of course. Just Don't Panic!

"In the beginning the Universe was created.
This has made a lot of people very angry
and been widely regarded as a bad move."

This cache is a friendly nudge and homage to
Douglas Adams and his work (hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy etc).
Photo credit: Michael Hughes


CO note: I like caches that forces you to use your head. Some find this type of cache annoying. Be warned: I like this cache... That said: No special skills are required to solve this. Basic knowledge of Douglas Adams helps. No Tools needed and no Tools allowed. This is a cache solved by brainpower alone.
Have fun!
Because of the massive amount of time/resources this cache takes to produce it is not replaceable. Stealth (not really possible but you know what I mean) and TLC please.

To open the cache turn the opener 1/4 (90 degrees) with the tool provided under the bench. Be careful, the case of the cache is rather fragile. To Close lid and door just push carefully, sometimes a 1/4 turn in the other direction is needed.

If the cache doesn't work, please raise maintenance flag. There is nothing you can do yourself.

Tillägnad T4C4, Team PoP och Chak74: De står märkligt nog ut med min Vogonpoesi...
Tack till fastighetsägaren AH och PillaO för hjälpen och extra varmt tack till UggleMamma som nobelt gav upp platsen.

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Decryption Key


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