♐NIL is a series of videos that was uploaded to the twitter account between April 10 and June 6, 2016. It is a large series of over thirty thousand videos.
After posting an unnamed series of tweets, ♐NIL was posted in fits and starts, sometimes stopping for hours and then days before resuming.
The videos in this series are in the “classic” UFSC style, three second long videos, with frames of a single color and the Unknown Voice saying a letter or number. The vast majority (or, although is not proven, all) of the videos are 3134 bytes.
This series is well preserved, and the videos have been scraped. Composites have been made.
combined NIL composite
NIL’s composite is very similar to BRILL’s. And it has been postulated that the NIL composite is the same image as ♐N* BRILL and ♐BRILL 49999, depicting the same topological structure, but at different zoom levels. The features are larger in some of them and smaller in others.
A transcription of all the videos is available here.
For more investigation, a brute force or dictionary attack can be done using the CryptoCrack utility.
Curiously, an advanced twitter search of the ♐NIL series only returns the final tweet: https://twitter.com/search?q=%E2%99%90nil%20from%3Aunfavorablesemi&src=typd