For those of you into ABC's hit show Lost, here's a blog called The Lost Numbers devoted to the numbers 4 8 15 16 23 42. Not to be outdone, here is 4 8 15 16 23 42. com. Finally, here's a Google search for "4 8 15 16 23 42". For historical reference, learn more about these numbers at Oceanic-Air's Flight 815 Seating Chart.

(4) 8 15 16 23 42

4 8 15 16 23 42

4 8 15 16 23 42

4 (8) 15 16 23 42

4 8 (15) (16) 23 42

4 8 15 16 (23) 42

4 8 15 16 23 (42)

count up from the bottom and last 42 (row 7) you get to 4 the alpha,

starting in the same place count up 23 you get 8 repeat this for each number count up from the last 42 16 places you get 15 and so on. the numbers are random by themselves but when repeated the are the pattern, the patern is not in the numbers the numbers are the pattern.

You can also get to 4 from the bottom 42 then start at the top left number 4 and count 8 to get to 8 and from 4 count 15 and you will get 15 and so on..

Once Again the numbers are the pattern the pattern is not in the numbers

look below

(connect 4 remember 6 down 7 across) notice the patern on the way up the sides. There is your answer 7 rows of 6 numbers is 42 and the sum of these numbers is 108 per row.

42 4 8 15 16 23 42

23 42 4 8 15 16 23

16 23 42 4 8 15 16

15 16 23 42 4 8 15

8 4 42 23 16 15 8

4 42 23 16 15 8 4

And Yes there is more, but I dont want to ruin all of your fun. Plenty of clues. As for the french womans equations. well study up on some Trig. Clue Trig applied to mechanical engineering.

To sign this so that I can at least prove to those that know me that this is not where I got the answer but that I am the one who posted it I will say (The Sweet Trade 5816)

Yes there is more but guess what I just wanted to get others to start looking the writers are excellent and pay close attention to detail.

They did not lie when they said the numbers are random they just didn't tell you the rest. =0)

Enjoy

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