July 2nd Loop16 command update

https://bit.ly/2tOt0Ao

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Any ideas what it means?

DNA? My chemistry is waaaaay out of date

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Asking my cousin, he’s a chemistry doctorate, hoping he’ll reply

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Looks like there are only three distinct characters.

Four, actually

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Yes, just noticed that right now.

Here’s a start: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simple_aromatic_ring

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This can help too

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Update from my cousin: this is NOT DNA, these are simple carbohydrates

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btw anyone tried numbering them?

like such: 122312311112143124144212

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So are we supposed to assemble them into something then?
What carbohydrates specifically?

@SingularGleam Asking this right now

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GUYS MY COUSIN LINKED ME AN IDENTIFYING APPLICATION

http://www.chemspider.com/StructureSearch.aspx

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This was posted on discord

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My fiancee’s a chemical engineer. For what it’s worth, here’s her first-glance input:

“I’d have to look up each one, but it’s likely a simple code - each molecule stands for a letter. It could be as easy as the first letter of each molecule is that letter or it could be shifted. They’re also also all organic with only carbon and hydrogen. Also could be something like a number code or something like that where you have to count the number of carbon molecules, double bonds, or hydrogens.”

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It’s a protein?

Discord solved it :IDENTITY

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anyone got a discord invite link? :stuck_out_tongue: