As noted last time, the joy of Chomsky’s innovative “move-
To solve the puzzle, use all but one of the letters in any of the anagrams, plus one letter left over from the previous anagram to form a single word. (There is no first or last anagram, so everything moves around in a big circle
If you can complete the puzzle and send your solution to the editors of SpecGram by May 15th, 2013, you could win a SpecGram magnet. The correct solution and winners, if any, will be announced in the upcoming June issue of Speculative Grammarian.
The solution to last month’s Ro-Zeta Stone puzzle has been provided by M.A.Y.N.A.R.D., who is very disappointed that no one was able to figure it out. So, expect the translations from The Speculative Grammarian AutoGrammatikon™ Quasi-
As M.A.Y.N.A.R.D. explains it, the engraving fell face down on the floor and broke. As a result, there was a figure ground reversal, everything was backward, rotated randomly, and the elements where significantly jostled from their original positions. A reconstructed and rejiggered and much more readable version of the engraving is provided below.
Obviously, it says “eso era fácil” and “ðæt wʌz izi”. That was easy!
No word yet, though, on the bizarre thermal properties of the engraving. Must be aliens.