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The following technology-themed "Cryptoquip" appeared in the Erie, PA, newspaper on December 26, 2019. It is from King Features Syndicate and is likely covered by copyright. I attempted to find a webpage for it that I can link to, but with no success. King Features Syndicate publishes a huge number of my favorite comic strips, such as Beetle Bailey, Blondie, Dennis the Menace, Flash Gordon, Hi and Lois, The Amazing Spider Man, and The Family Circus.

With a Cryptoquip, you try to decode a message by substituting letters for the ones presented. It is usually pretty easy after you have done a few. A clue is always provided for one letter. In this case it is F = P, so you substitute the letter P everywhere you see the letter F. The message is usually a form of pun (aka quip).

 

Tech Cryptoquip (tm King Features Syndicate) - RF Cafe

 

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Answer:

Very powerful solar rays that cause people to want to fight each other: Ultraviolent Light

 

 

 

Posted November 18, 2020

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