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Albert Einstein Cipher Puzzle - 17 October

Can you decipher these quotes by Albert Einstein?
Blf xzm mvevi hloev z kilyovn lm gsv ovevo lm dsrxs rg dzh xivzgvw.

1. YOU CAN NEVER SOLVE A PROBLEM ON THE LEVEL ON WHICH IT WAS CREATED.

1. how..........?

2. I solved this puzzle by doing a=z b=y c=x d=w and so on.I solved this and I am only 11

3. Also in the english language most common letter is e, in this message v was the most common and work your way out from there, so v=e, s=h g=t

2. atbash cipher.

3. a=z b=y c=x d=w so on and so on FYI im only 12 and i can solve it

1. Then you are genius..After few years,you should apply for pi society or promethus society.
Your iq maybe around 160..i guess

2. seriously? you never toyed around with "coded" messages when you were a kid? If you did, its a pretty standard cypher. so ate translating the whole text to a different language and then coding it, inverting the order of the letters in each word and then coding it...

3. I solved this one the same way i do each morning in the newspaper. I did not realize it was a simple reversed cypher until i read one of the coments. I could read the first 4 words before i began to write them down.

4. what is next? B,T,K,T,A,___?

5. Answer:you can never solve a problem on the level that was created.
Just use alphabets in reverse order.
Eg:Replace z by a
in the place of b use y and so on.

6. "You can never solve a problem on the level on which it was created."

7. I got it! The answer is "You can never solve a problem on the level on which it was created."like z=a,y=b and so on..I can solve it and i am only 13...

8. You can never solve a problem on the level on which it was created

9. "Never explain yourself. Your friends don’t need it and your enemies won’t believe it" .

10. You Can Never Solve A Problem On The Level Which It Was Created.

11. I AM 58 AND I CANNOT GET IT.

12. Guys, I wrote a MATLAB code which helped me see through the cipher. Basically, it's easy to determine z=a and v=e; then, I tried Bif = one (based on how quotes are worded), and found that was wrong. Then I tried 'you'. Then it became kind of clear.

string_s = zeros(1,length(string));
double_string = double(string);
for i = 1:length(string)
if (double_string(i)< double('z')) && (double_string(i)> double('A'))
string_s(i) = double('*');
end
end

string_s = char(string_s);

string_s(strfind(string,'v')) = 'e';
string_s(strfind(string,'z')) = 'a';
string_s(strfind(string,'b')) = 'y';
string_s(strfind(string,'B')) = 'y';
string_s(strfind(string,'l')) = 'o';
string_s(strfind(string,'f')) = 'u';
string_s(strfind(string,'m')) = 'n';
string_s(strfind(string,'x')) = 'c';
string_s(strfind(string,'e')) = 'v';
string_s(strfind(string,'i')) = 'r';
string_s(strfind(string,'m')) = 'n';
string_s(strfind(string,'g')) = 't';
string_s(strfind(string,'w')) = 'd';
string_s(strfind(string,'s')) = 'h';
string_s(strfind(string,'r')) = 'i';

string_s

13. so this a Caesar shift and could be solve with chi squared, the long way by hand. Math calculation