Journey to the Center of the Earth

References

  1. ^ To produce the cipher, the text is written backwards, and then each letter and punctuation mark is placed in a separate cell of a 7x3 matrix, going row by row. When each cell is filled with the first 21 letters, the 22nd letter is placed in the first cell, and so again through the matrix repeatedly until the message is complete. To decipher, one copies out the first letter of each cell, then the second, and so forth, and finally the resulting message is read backwards.
  2. ^ Criticism: Browne, E. Janet (2002), Charles Darwin: vol. 2 The Power of Place, London: Jonathan Cape, pp. 130, 218, 515, ISBN 0-7126-6837-3 
  3. ^ "Journey to the Center of the Earth". IMDb. IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved 18 February 2014. 
  4. ^ "Journey to the Center of the Earth". IMDb. IMDb.com, Inc. Retrieved 18 February 2014. 
  5. ^ The Legacy
  6. ^ Lemon
  7. ^ World of Spectrum
  8. ^ Moby Games
  9. ^ Board Game Geek
  10. ^ "Jules Verne- Journey to the Centre of the Earth", BBC Radio 4, 20 Nov 2011.
  11. ^ Brian Cronin, 2006, "Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed #54!" (archive)
  12. ^ Louis MacNeice, Persons from Porlock, London: BBC, 1969.

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