AKA: I learned the (Phoenician) Alphabet in 7th grade.
Monotone- Announcer Voice: Today is Friday May 16, 2012. The high is 66 degrees in your location. It is rainy. I repeat: r-a-i-n-y. (Still monotone) Expect flooding on the roads you need to use, but only the roads you need to use. Have a good day.
Yep, it was raining pretty hard last night and today, earlier. Its starting to dry out, but for awhile, everything in sight was drenched.
On the other hand, TWC says we only had .75 of inch of rain is the past 24 hours. Personally, I dont think that figure is right, except for maybe in the Sahara.
*Shrugs* We can have a rainy day activity, anyway.
So as far as codes go, I'm sure you have heard of them, possibly even considered writing notes in Morse code or buying a circular code disk. Those arent the only codes, of course, though.
Today, I'm touching on a very simple alphabet for writing that can be used for writing in code.
Let me explain.
The Phoenician alphabet I learned about in my 7th grade Ancient History class, being that the Phoenician people had the first written alphabet. (See; Its educational.) The table listing the alphabet was found on page 50 (I remember, even now) of the textbook.... but it was lacking a few of the common letters today such as "i", "u" and "z" so I created symbols for those, as seen in the image below.
Besides the image, I think its rather self explanatory :)
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