It IS someone trying to win a prize...Jeeeeeeeesh!
From the website owner of the CW mpg....
I'm not sure who herman83 is, but it looks like he's trying to solve one of my puzzle geocaches. I'm not sure if you're familiar with geocaching, but it's a world wide game where people hide objects in public places and post gps cordinates, or a puzzle that will ultimately result in gps coordinates online for others to seek. It's about the hunt, as there's usually nothing special in the cache except for a log book to sign and maybe some cheap toys to trade.
Here's the geocache page: http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_de ... c521f83bd1
It's GC# is GC16YDD
(Johnathan states the way to decoding the message which I have DELETED, HERE)
I used an online morse code generator, and I expected solvers to use technology of some sort to decode the morse code as I really sped it up. There's a bunch of online and offline software that will decode and encode morse into or from a mp3. It's impressive that many solvers did it by ear and without the aid of any software to slow it down.
I sent herman83 a message through geocaching.com so he should revisit the forum soon.
Good Lord herman83...YOUR WELCOME.
ex-KA0NIU, ex-KA9SOX, now K5TEN (117 countries confirmed--Submitting for DXCC soon! WOOT!)
SWL: WDX9KJX And the "WDX9KJX Short Wave Monitoring Service" from 1973 to 1986
1st SW QSL: "Happy Station" Radio Nederland Wereldoemroep, Holland, 1974
2nd SW QSL: "The Voice of Nigeria" Lagos, 1974
3rd SW QSL: "Radio Moscow" USSRhttp://m3jzt.proboards82.com/index.cgi