This seems a little bit more appropriate.
The real key here is that there is no advantage to the device at all.
In the cryptographic protocol that the authors (all physicists) believe to be novel, but which every cryptographer is aware of:
1. The authors have a perfectly secure channel (separate from the one established in the protocol).
2. They exchange as much information over that channel as the device stores.
3. The later established channel can only use that number of bits.
For real excitement they xor together their OTPs. Sorry guys but this is called a pre-shared key and the crypto world is quite aware of it. Good luck with the window dressing getting you past the PC of a physics venue.
I applaud this.
Hopefully, it will catch on.
Best slashvertisement. Ever.
Best editing of a summary. Ever.
Lowest point? We should be handing out awards for this shit.
Now I understand Einstein's wild hairdo....
I think the rabbit hole may be a wormhole without the other end!
How would we perceive that?
Normal folk would look outside.
The other half would find an online camera to check outside.
All joking aside, you made an interesting comment.
I have also suspected the universe has to be moving in odd ways.
I base this on the behavior of surrounding space near a supernova, the odd nebula formations seen in the universe, and the expansion of said universe observed...and they say weather, or nuclear explosions are hard to model!
Thanks for the info.
I figured it was probably not a problem, but did not really know.
Does anyone on
I am not trying to be chicken little here, but the thought just occurred to me seeing this summary.
At the "first sign of any illness", you have already been infected by the cold or flu virus for many days, due to the particular virus' incubation period.
The zinc is hardly more than a placebo, and if that makes you feel better, than great! But don't delude yourself that the viral infection has gone...it has not.
At least that's the way I always heard it: 'Lick em, and stick em'.
It's a series of tubes....
signed, Ted 'the Tube' Stevens
Hard landing in Kazakhstan desert would be another possibility.
meh...you are too late, suckers!
"Kilroy was here."
What does this story have to offer?
The world is a competitive place, except when it isn't. And why is that, exactly? Why do social insects exist? Why, for that matter, do social mammals exist? We wouldn't even have social networking unless the roots of cooperation in our genetics and culture are nearly as deep (and indispensable) as nature red in tooth and claw.
Competition will never not be present, which provides an excellent enclosed gondola for all the slippery-slopers out there. How nice is that? You can never be entirely wrong arguing that competition will always exist. Safe! Secure! You'll never say anything insightful, either, about how competition self-regulates into ritualized displays of dominance/submission without goring every participant.
Who gets to decide how much is too much?
Point me to any country where you can identity any small group with sole authority for this kind of decision, and I'll wager they mainly discuss among themselves the problem of too much being not enough. In societies where decisions are reached by a process (in which many people can participate and where chance also plays a significant role) there's at least some potential for antitrust legislation to pass which enacts a ceiling low enough to echo-locate.
Really, America had it right before they repealed the estate tax. It should have been called the hereditary git tax, to remind Americans of what their forefathers were so intent on escaping in the first place. Since when did it become an American value for the children of privilege to cruise through life on daddy's deep pockets without earning it themselves, generation upon generation? Just wondering.