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Morse code is amazing. In World War 2, people used to communicate by it. You can use a flashlight, horn, or pretty much anything that makes a sound.
Samuel Morse (the man in the picture) is the co-inventer of morse code. Morse code was obviously named after him.

external image 220px-Samuel_Morse_1840.jpgThis is a guide to morse code--

Letter
What it is in Morse
Code
A
.-
B
-...
C
-.-.
D
-..
E
.
F
..-.
G
- -.
H
....
I
..
J
.- - -
K
-.-
L
.-..
M
- -
N
-.
O
- - -
P
.- -.
Q
- -.-
R
.-.
S
...
T
-
U
..-
V
...-
W
.- -
X
-..-
Y
-.- -
Z
- -..

Here is how you can find out morse code-- answer this riddle!

If bare eyes cannot see what they seek than look over the wall that protects that.

  • Let me help you-- ok, so on the top of the page you see something that says 'this is a guide to morse code'
but you don't see a guide to morse code, all you see is a grid/table.... without giving away too much- try fiddling around with the grid.

Good luck :)
-Noa


















*The url and some more facts from wikipedia will pop up if you click on the picture.*