# Object Impermanence

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`AUCTIONWEB`

BOMBAY

COLONY OF TASMANIA

COMMUNITY CHARGE

CONSTANTINOPLE

CYPRIOT POUND

ELIZABETH II

FEDERAL EXPRESS

FUKASHI CASTLE

JUAN CARLOS I

MADRAS STATE

MERCHANTS PARCEL DELIVERY

MESOZOIC

NYASALAND

PLEISTOCENE

PORT ELIZABETH

REPUBLIC OF UPPER VOLTA

STEPHEN HARPER

STEVE JOBS

SWAZILAND

TORRE AGBAR

TWITTER

URIS THEATRE

WILLIAM REHNQUIST

BOMBAY

COLONY OF TASMANIA

COMMUNITY CHARGE

CONSTANTINOPLE

CYPRIOT POUND

ELIZABETH II

FEDERAL EXPRESS

FUKASHI CASTLE

JUAN CARLOS I

MADRAS STATE

MERCHANTS PARCEL DELIVERY

MESOZOIC

NYASALAND

PLEISTOCENE

PORT ELIZABETH

REPUBLIC OF UPPER VOLTA

STEPHEN HARPER

STEVE JOBS

SWAZILAND

TORRE AGBAR

URIS THEATRE

WILLIAM REHNQUIST

## Modern Architecture

*Modern Architecture follows strange rules.*

- Place a number in each of the structure’s cells.
- The numbers inside each cage or on each diagonal sum to the shown number.
- The numbers in every diagonal and cage are all distinct.
- The numbers in each row are taken from their respective answers (A=1, …, Z=26). These numbers need to be rearranged in each row to also follow the other rules.

In each row, extract the **sum** of the highlighted cells.

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The second grid is provided for convenience and is not otherwise part of the puzzle.

## Modern Art

Modern Art

*You decide to draw some modern-looking art, using a certain negative space, a currency symbol, two logos, and two structures as your inspiration.*

Erase the part above the axis of symmetry, then rotate 90 degrees counterclockwise. Part of your shape should now be a right triangle - poke a hole in it in the shape of a similar, but smaller triangle with the same rotation.

Just erase the blue, yellow and green parts.

Take the outline of the object's highest roof, place an identical copy of it immediately to its right, then rotate everything by 180 degrees.

Erase the top-left part of the logo, then rotate 45 degrees clockwise.

Fill in the space between the two parallel lines.

Look at the object from the side, and draw a line in the shape of its outline's left half. Take the line's top half and stretch it to the right so that it becomes four times wider. Then draw an upward line as long as the outline's height, starting from your shape's bottom-left corner.

## Modern Times

Modern Times

*You think you saw these answers before, on the days you were in New York.*

← ALARM | |||||

← Rearrange letters 1-5 out of 19 to get a word meaning “free” | |||||

← BULLY | |||||

← Rearrange letters 4-8 out of 10 to get a given name | |||||

← KITTY | |||||

← Rearrange letters 2-6 out of 8 to get a gas | |||||

← MINDS | |||||

← Rearrange letters 5-9 out of 11 to get a tool | |||||

← MONEY | |||||

← Rearrange letters 2-6 out of 8 to get a body part | |||||

← WOODS | |||||

← Rearrange letters 4-8 out of 8 to get a recovery process | |||||

## Modern Warfare

*There are troops dotting every territory - you’ll want to Risk making a dash to move your cavalry on the map.*

There are six hidden cavalry pieces, one for each player. Their locations are clued by the answers. Find out where to start and move the pieces on the right paths.

- Move twice, first on land and then on sea.
- Move twice, such that you reach another continent.
- Sail, move west on land, then sail again.
- Start in the nearest territory to where the answer, which does not appear on the map, should have been. Travel by boat twice, going west on the second move.
- This answer could possibly relate to multiple territories. Start from the northernmost one, then move south twice.
- You only occupy one of the neighbouring territories. Just stay where you are. Do not move.